Friday, March 02, 2007

Letter: David Robinson 3/2/07



Dear Editor,

As a silent echo of the government imposed travesties of Ruby Ridge, Waco, and Justice Township, of a decade ago...

Edward and Elaine Brown in New Hampshire are currently under the threat of siege and arrest for bogus federal tax charges. The U.S. Marshals will eventually attempt an arrest and confiscation of their property. The Marshals have already hit them earlier with a 28-man multi-jurisdictional team of recruits, including snipers, just to download their computer.

Rather than all of us running off to New Hampshire to protect Ed and Elaine in their government entitled "compound," citizen would-be-enforcers can anonymously give notice to any U.S. Marshal’s office that there will be consequences if they attack Ed and Elaine.

Read more at Keene Free Press.

5 Comments:

Blogger Joey Smith said...

"citizen would-be-enforcers can anonymously give notice to any U.S. Marshal’s office that there will be consequences if they attack Ed and Elaine."

And join Ed and Elaine in jail for making terroristic threats.

Cowardly anonymously threats are about the only thing that the (very few) Ed and Elaine supporter have left.

9:15 PM  
Blogger KOSMIC said...

Regarding the Real ID I found the definition of official use interesting.


DHS proposes to limit the regulatory definition of “official purpose,” at this
time, to those purposes expressly stated in the Act – accessing Federal facilities, boarding
commercial aircraft, and entering nuclear power plants. DHS, under the discretionary
authority granted to the Secretary of Homeland Security under the Act, may expand this
definition in the future. DHS seeks comment on the proposed scope of “official
purpose,” and how DHS could expand this definition to other federal activities.

10:10 PM  
Blogger MrTideman said...

"The U.S. Marshals" MAY "eventually" do something, but UNLESS they have their operating papers on file with the Secretary of State BEFORE that happens, by RSA 123:1 it'll be ANOTHER violation upon which "The governor SHALL be RESPONSIBLE* FOR the faithful execution of the laws." (Art. 41, Pt. 2, N.H. Const., see also Article 51, emphasis ADDed) for his *= accountability to answer for the cause that produces the effect of whoever may either "LIVE FREE or DIE" in the wrongful actions and lawful re-actions as by the Art. 10 Right of Revolution! Yours truly, - -

10:30 PM  
Blogger Ryan Mann said...

Is government the best way to solve social or economic problems?
A lot of times, when there is a social or economic problem, it seems that people's first reaction is to try to get a government program started to solve the problem. Libertarian Harry Brown, who died about a year ago gave seven reasons why government should not be depended on to solve these problems.
1. Government is force. adding government programs often means raising taxes. Some of us don't want to pay money to the government to solve problems, thank you very much. We would rather choose charities to donate money to. Charities that are known for doing the most good will get the most money. With government however, you are forced to give money to it whether it is efficient or not.
2. Government is politics. One year, you may have a certain social program that you depend on. The moment other politicians get elected, that social program can be taken away.
3. You don't control government. For example, when you pay income tax to the federal government, they can use it for wars and agencies that you don't agree with.
4. Government programs will be more expensive and more expansive than you think.
5. Power will always be misused.
6. Government doesn't work because it is force. For example, during hurricane Katrina, FEMA was extremely inefficient. Private businesses such as Walmart tried to help but the government turned them away. I guess somebody didn't want to give up their power. Heaven forbid if it was shown that private businesses were more efficient than government. 7. Government must be subject to absolute limits. If not, people in government will find ways to take more control over it's citizens. An example of this is the Bush administration's detaining people without trial. Don't anybody try to tell me that this is OK because those people are terrorists. I've heard that time and time again. Until those so-called terrorists are found guilty by a jury, I am going to assume they are innocent.

12:24 AM  
Blogger TrueLogic said...

Nice Post Ryan.

You said:
6. Government doesn't work because it is force. For example, during hurricane Katrina, FEMA was extremely inefficient. Private businesses such as Walmart tried to help but the government turned them away. I guess somebody didn't want to give up their power. Heaven forbid if it was shown that private businesses were more efficient than government.

-End

And I couldn't agree more.

12:44 AM  

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