Re: virus: politics again

chardin (
Sat, 11 Oct 1997 18:04:51 CST+6CDT

> Date: Fri, 10 Oct 1997 23:29:30 -0600
> From: Nathaniel Hall <>
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> Subject: virus: politics again
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> chardin wrote: So all of a sudden
> > we are supposed to think those bad old democrats are immoral and
> > the money the republicans get is pristine and pure --first
> > amendment rights--freedom of speech---the more money you have the
> > more freedom of speech you deserve! Now if they could just get
> > their hands on the internet ....
> The Sons of Bureaucrats did! And Bubba signed it no less! Remember
> the internet censorship bill? Fortunately the Supreme Court actually
> ruled on this using original intent and got rid of it!
> > I believe the American people will see it for what it
> > is--politics as usual. How many millions are they going to waste
> > on this one Nateman? I'm listening.....Cathy
> It is politics as usual. I notice that the lawbreaker who got his
> money from communist China is pushing for more laws! (What the heck,
> he'll just ignore them if he dosn't like them anyways)I have a
> simple solution for campaign financing: Anybody can donate Anything
> to Anyone he wants to, but they must post thier names and the amount
> given to whom on a web site. The best solution however is this:
> severly restrict the governments powers. If it's not allow to tinker
> then no one is going to pay it for the tinkering. In short : Follow
> the constitution as it was actually written and meant to be
> understood! (Original Intent) . The commerce clause has been
> stretched to the point that there is almost no limit on what the
> government can regulate nowadays! ( The favor game ALWAYS plays into
> the hands of the big guy : the little guys only chance is to get rid
> of the game)
> The Nateman
Well, I really get fed up with big government, too. I just don't see
the Republicans as saviors. It seems like they are in big
businesses' pocket even more than Democrats. At least the Democrats
seem to throw the working guy a crumb every now and then--the
Republican seems to resent that!

So, you don't think we should do business with China? I thought that
started with Mr. Nixon and carried on up through Mr. Bush. Aren't
they all cozy with China? Didn't Haley Barber take some money via
that way himself? I'm not saying I know for sure but they are
allegations that could be looked into further.

Who is going to make the laws in this new state of yours? You have
done away with public education so I suppose you will have a small,
educated elite running things--Joe Schmoe can't vote, he can't even
read the ballot--public education was done away with under your "new
world order." CHardin