"To require conformity in the appreciation of sentiments
or the interpretation of language,
or uniformity of thought, feeling, or action,
is a fundamental error in human legislation --
a madness which would be only equaled by requiring all men
to possess the same countenance, the same voice or the same stature."
by:
Josiah Warren
(1798-1874)
Source:
Equitable Commerce, 1855
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Sounds like he is describing political correctness and hate crimes legislation!
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    So much for Individualism...
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    And when individualism and the respect for it is gone, so goes freedom.
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    Ahh yes, welcome to the statist theocracy with its extremely corrupt executive, judicial, legislature, and media branches. Just the other day I was reminded how openly corrupt the courts are and, how all legislation put out by such courts must be in goose step followed (or the unconstitutional rule of man - he how has the most guns - doles out severe consequences).
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    Mike said it...
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    Obama and his socialist buddies would like to make us all equal, that is equally poor and miserable. People are losing thousands of jobs daily and he blathers on that things are getting better.Even Anonymous, Reston, should be smart enough to see through Obamas lies. Maybe not.
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    Yes, I think BR would like this quote too.
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