Monday, March 22, 2010

What I Like About the Modern American Coup

When things go to hell all around me, I'm usually at my best. So, there is a little secret pleasure inside when I see things come down that will likely put me even further out of mainstream. By default, an outlaw.

There are a number of people who already see the boot for what it is, and plenty who will figure it out. I predict the number of people who fall off the official map will grow tremendously. Not talking about trouble makers, just people who can't handle the official hoops and intrusions any more. I think I probably reached that point many years ago; before Bush, before Obama.

I'll bet a lot of friends who accused me of being paranoid and wrong when I said the encroachments which they felt did not apply to the innocent would come back to bite them are less of that mind now. I like being right, although I'd rather just mind my own business and not fear breaking laws if I don't approach my health as prescribed by gangsters. Hell, that is really only the tip of the iceberg. People have accepted plenty of other encroachments without blinking. "If it keeps us safe, I'm all for it". That one covers a lot of territory. Check your premise thoroughly, there, Bosco.

As of today, I've seen the light, had a vision, and decided I am now a member of both the Amish culture and the Christian Science religion.

It never ceases to amaze me how easily intelligent people are taken in by crooked salespeople, even when they obviously employ strong arm tactics. And how easily people sucker for anything that they think will be free for them. Bad upbringing I guess. Or maybe it is a bandwagon thing. I'm not at all mad.

I'm going to see if I can get a bunch of people to sneak into Mexico or Guatemala with me, then we will march on the capital and demand services, rights and better treatment. I bet they will accommodate us graciously. Maybe we can all sneak into Havana and protest for acceptance and service. Ought to work.

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