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Liberty - Makers vs.Takers

It was the best of times, it was the worst of times. As people (states) are submitting petitions to leave the union, they forget one simple thing. We did this last time. It was called the Civil War. You know, where about 700,000 people died in order to preserve the union.  That's just a minor detail that people seem to forget.

Do I support people taking their imaginary lines, and then making their own new imaginary lines? Yes of course, peacefully anyways. You have to think outside of your brainwashing for a few minutes.  Stop and ask yourself why you are where you are.  Why are you in this country?  Why are you in your state?  Well chances are, unless you were an were born here.

You were just lucky to be born here.  That makes you so much better than someone who was born in Uganda?  Well quality of life aside of course, you are just human. Someone else made these imaginary lines before you and they expect you to live within their rules, so they can take your money and assets, to keep their rules in they can acquire more money and assets for a very long time.  They've taken your ancestors, and they will take your lineage.  All with these imaginary lines.

Will a state ever be allowed to leave the union?  Doubt it. Not in our lifetime. I tried to give a glimpse with Libertopia. Now I think we could live with 2 countries in one instead.  The takers and the makers.  The takers can have their own economy, where they tax the hell out of each other and try to come up with more tax and spend ideas.

The makers, well they live in a free market capitalist society.  They have fun, they are prosperous, they take care of business. Their quality of life is not impeded.  They help each other. They leave each other alone.

Which country do you want to live in?  The country of takers, or the country of makers?  Let's have a choice on how we want to live...instead of having the left force the right how to live just because a handful of people said so.

Liberty isn't just an idea people.

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