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Richard Macdonald gets one thing right - sort of.

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    "XCobraJock" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    Richard Macdonald wrote:
    >"Dale Eastman" <[email protected]> wrote in message>news:[email protected] pas.earthlink.net...>>>>So now you admit that without the figment of Government,>>>you have no rights at all.
    No, that isn't the part he got right . . .
    >>Strongly implied, by Komrade Macdonald with this statement,>>is that the Figment of Government doles out rights to>>Natural Persons.>>>>The rights of the people PRECEDE the existence of ANY figment>>of Government, or the State you worship so blindly in this>>country, Komrade.>>>>We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men>>are created equal; that they are endowed by their>>Creator>>Can't use that source, StaR denies the existence of God,>so that cannot be a source of his rights.
    He's getting close . . .
    I ain't writing to or about StaR. I'm not even reading his posts. Mycomments are to and about you, Komrade. I was answering him, and as he had already ruled out God, if you had been paying attention, he ruled out the possibility of having God given Rights. So using StaR's assumption that there is no God and Government is a fiction, there is no source for his rights.
    Richard got two right there - and if there were no people, he would be 100% right. Then, where would Richad be if there were no people? People conceive of rights, and while we do so purely subjectively,
    Xcobrajock actually got something right and by StaR's assertions
    since rights are a creation of the mind of man, they are fictitious and
    do not exist any more than incorporate entities such as governments.



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    Richard Macdonald gets one thing right - sort of.

    Richard Macdonald wrote:
    Xcobrajock actually got something right and by StaR's assertions since rights are a creation of the mind of man, they are fictitious and do not exist any more than incorporate entities such as governments.
    And therefore politicians have no right to tax.

    --XCobraJock

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      Richard Macdonald gets one thing right - sort of.

      On Wed, 27 Apr 2005 18:39:58 -0500, XCobraJock wrote
      Richard Macdonald wrote:
      Xcobrajock actually got something right and by StaR's assertions since rights are a creation of the mind of man, they are fictitious and do not exist any more than incorporate entities such as governments.
      And therefore politicians have no right to tax. --XCobraJock


      Maggie Malloy does not have a coherent, sensible record on
      the subject of "rights".


      In fact, Maggie Malloy is a blithering idiot on the subject
      of "rights".


      What was it? That everyone chooses her/his/its own "rights"
      for her/him/itself and they're all the same?


      And that's without even getting close to SillyMalBoy's
      "syllogism on steroids".


      Malloy appears to be an exception in the tax cult
      community. Most of the wackos are crazy but Malloy seems to
      be only stupid.



      Gray Shockley
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      For every complex problem there is an answer
      that is clear, simple, and wrong.  - H. L. Mencken


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