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  1. Robert commented on Clay Bennett over 1 year ago

    People throw around the word “citizen” with out even knowing what it meas. To quote the US Supreme Court in LURIA v. U S, 231 U.S. 9 (1913):

    “Citizenship is membership in a political society, and implies a duty of allegiance on the part of the member and a duty of protection on the part of the society. These are reciprocal obligations, one being a compensation for the other.”

    Now get on your favorite search engine and look up the term “ police have no duty to protect”. Read the cases cited and ask your self how can anyone be a citizen if the government has no duty to protect any one? I also suggest that you get a copy of the book Dail 911 & Die by Garn Turner.

    Start thinking for yourselves and stop listening to all the garbage the media has to offer.

  2. Robert commented on Ted Rall over 1 year ago

    People throw around the word “citizen” without even knowing what it means. To set the record straight, I will quote from a U. S. Supreme Court case.

    Citizenship is membership in a political society, and implies the reciprocal obligations as compensation for each other of a duty of allegiance on the part of the member and a duty of protection on the part of the society.”

    - Luria v. United States – 231 U.S. 9 (1913)

    How can anyone claim to be a “citizen of the United States, United States citizen” or whatever wording they choose to come up with when the government has no duty to protect anyone. Do a search on your favorite search engine for the term “police have no duty to protect”. You might be surprised by what you find. Since the government has no legal duty to protect anyone, how can anyone claim to be a “citizen”?

    If you want to learn more about this check out www.marcstevens.net and listen to some of the archived shows and start thinking for yourself. Aslo check out this video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-WFg5O3vB1s

  3. Robert commented on Ted Rall about 2 years ago

    No matter who they vote for the NAZI party still wins.
    The lesser of two evils is still evil.

  4. Robert commented on Ted Rall about 2 years ago

    I think ted makes a valid point. How long have “the people” been voting for tweedledee and tweedledum and things continue to get worse and worse. I think it is about time “the people” start taking charge of their own lives and stop looking for politicians to give them cradle to grave security.

  5. Robert commented on Dark Side of the Horse over 3 years ago

    Why isn’t he singing in the rain?

  6. Robert commented on Michael Ramirez about 4 years ago

    He makes a good point. Taxes are extracted under threat of violence just like a highway man says, “your money or your life”. Government is just violence, do what we say or else! I suggest that everyone out there read NO TREASON by Lysander Spooner. Also listen to the No State Project @ www.marcstevens.net . Free your mind from these masters that you vote for.

  7. Robert commented on Ziggy about 4 years ago

    I think that ziggy should watch the 1976 movie NETWORK instead. Turn that TV off ziggy!

  8. Robert commented on Clay Bennett about 4 years ago

    Definition of KID 1) a : a young goat b : a young individual of various animals related to the goat 2) a : the flesh, fur, or skin of a kid b : something made of kid 3) : a young person; especially : child —often used as a generalized reference to one especially younger or less experienced

    it’s a real shame that those young goats don’t know geography.