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Old 10-02-2012, 07:20   #126
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Originally Posted by Beware Owner View Post
Anarchy is the epitome of freedom


1.A state of disorder due to absence or nonrecognition of authority.

2.Absence of government and absolute freedom of the individual, regarded as a political ideal.

Anarchy, by definition, HAS no law. Let that marinate for a second.

I don't see that here.


1.The governing body of a nation, state, or community.

2.The system by which a nation, state, or community is governed.

In case you didn't notice, YOU'RE going from a constitutional republic to an anarchy, by definitions alone.

Yes, it does, and it starts with those who practice it. Yes, you'll argue that you're free to harm yourself if you want to. Ok, fine, then, destroy yourself. Who cares? But to say you can get married and be seen by our children as something that is good and should be emulated, NO. Gay marriage is a way of society saying, "You're good for our society and we want you to raise children to be like you." HELL no.

None of what you mentioned are psychiatric, sexual disorders.

Only in an anarchy do people have the "right to do whatever they want". As long as there is government, there WILL be restrictions.

A little history on the Gadsden. "Join or Die". Nothing individualistic about this idea. You don't know what you're talking about.

It shows you do not understand government, and have never done any real studies on it. Get back to us once you find an Anarchy that realistically provides more freedom than a constitutional republic. I don't even think freetown of Christinia does.

As for the rest, you're throwing insults out because you're called out. At this point you're too embarrassed you've been schooled on how liberties and freedom works.

As a very wise man once said "You can't see the forest from the trees, and you can't smell your own **** on your knees." Stands true to you.

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