"I would not be beholden to a tyrant, for his acts of tyranny.
For it is but usurpation in him to save, as their rightful lord,
the lives of men over whom he has no title to reign."
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 -- Joe, Rochester, MI      
wow!
 -- Robert, Sarasota     
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     -- Logan, Memphis, TN      
    Something for Americans to consider while they wage wars to 'save the world'.
     -- E Archer, NYC     
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    A pitiful syntax of mundane opinion made as obfuscatory as possible.
     -- Dick, Fort Worth     
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    By way of example: First, the tyrant will unconstitutionally buy his subjects with free medical (from stolen money) as their rightful lord (not actually caring about the sick, afflicted, or poor) and then he will ensure his title to reign by creating a monster enemy of invading hordes, threatening the free medical, and with his unique position to protect his subjects.
     -- Mike, Norwalk     
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    I really like this quote.It's soo Contemporary.
     -- me again     
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    Meaningless.
     -- David L Rosenthal     
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    "Why has government been instituted at all? Because the passions of men will not conform to the dictates of reason and justice without constraint." -- Alexander Hamilton (Federalist No. 15)
     -- David L. Rosenthal     
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    Cato the republican was critizing the military takeover by Julius Caesar.
     -- Ray, Las Vegas     
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