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Old 21-04-2017, 04:24   #166
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Re: FL boaters get ready to fight again.....

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You are paying. Access points, boat launches public docks pump out boats and stations are all payed for by the federal and state taxes on boating and fishing equipment etc
YES! And this is what local and State politicians (including judges) would do, given the chance: write and enforce discriminatory and unconstitutional laws and ordinances, then by legal maneuvering, confine all challenges and appeals to the state court level.
  • They do this to deny you your Blood Bought rights as an American citizen.
  • They do this as a paid service for their wealthy contributors.
  • They do this in order to deny us privileges, goods and services for which we have already paid, through onerous and excessive taxation.
I've got a bulletin for you: The states do NOT have the right to set up private fifedoms independent of federal jurisdiction. But they will do just that if you allow it. We, as Citizens, are losing our rights to a process of attrition through the connivance of some and the apathy of others.

The boundaries of ethical rectitude and morale imperatives (not to mention constitutional safeguards and Oaths of office) that lawmakers transgress to follow this strategy is the very definition of evil. I can think of several, 'Thou shalt not...' statements off the top of my head; directives that our duly elected representatives have profitably, glibly and gleefully ignored. To them it is just business as usual; a service provided for those that pay to keep them in office.

However, if moral and ethical issues don't motivate you or if patriotism isn't your thing, try to remember that while they claim to be proponents of 'the greater good', they're stealing from the poor to feed the rich - and that it's you from which they're stealing.

So no, Robin Hood they ain't. More like the sheriffs of rotting ham.
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Old 21-04-2017, 17:05   #167
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Re: FL boaters get ready to fight again.....

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YES! And this is what local and State politicians (including judges) would do, given the chance: write and enforce discriminatory and unconstitutional laws and ordinances, then by legal maneuvering, confine all challenges and appeals to the state court level.
  • They do this to deny you your Blood Bought rights as an American citizen.
  • They do this as a paid service for their wealthy contributors.
  • They do this in order to deny us privileges, goods and services for which we have already paid, through onerous and excessive taxation.

I've got a bulletin for you: The states do NOT have the right to set up private fifedoms independent of federal jurisdiction. But they will do just that if you allow it. We, as Citizens, are losing our rights to a process of attrition through the connivance of some and the apathy of others.



The boundaries of ethical rectitude and morale imperatives (not to mention constitutional safeguards and Oaths of office) that lawmakers transgress to follow this strategy is the very definition of evil. I can think of several, 'Thou shalt not...' statements off the top of my head; directives that our duly elected representatives have profitably, glibly and gleefully ignored. To them it is just business as usual; a service provided for those that pay to keep them in office.



However, if moral and ethical issues don't motivate you or if patriotism isn't your thing, try to remember that while they claim to be proponents of 'the greater good', they're stealing from the poor to feed the rich - and that it's you from which they're stealing.



So no, Robin Hood they ain't. More like the sheriffs of rotting ham.


Well said, Philip.
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