"It is an approved maxim in war,
never to do what the enemy wishes you to do,
for this reason alone, that he desires it."
by:
Napoleon Bonaparte
(1769-1821) French emperor
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I like it a lot. The currant degenerate malefactors infesting this land are at war against natural law (with all that addresses such), liberty, individual inalienable rights as well as each person that desires to live therein or thereby. I choose not to be a slave as the enemy occupying this land would have me.
 -- Mike, Norwalk     
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    Commonsense.
     -- Ronw13, OR     
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    The common man is constantly at war, defending his rights from encroachment by his fellows and those in positions of power seeking to rule all. Beware of any dishonorable governments' proposals -- their intent is to subjugate not liberate. Most of these 'solutions' dis-empower the individual and transfer that power to an army of bureaucrats working for the-powers-that-should-not-be.
     -- E Archer, NYC     
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