On Wed, 31 May 2006, Ms Captain Liberty <Ms_Captain_Liberty@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>Daniel Joseph Min <Use-Author-Address-Header@[127.1]> wrote :
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>> On Wed, 31 May 2006, Ms Captain Liberty
>> <Ms_Captain_Liberty@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>>Daniel Joseph Min <Use-Author-Supplied-Address-Header@[127.1]>
>>>> On Tue, 30 May 2006, Ms Captain Liberty
>>>> <Ms_Captain_Liberty@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>>>>Daniel Joseph Min <Use-Author-Address-Header@[127.1]> wrote
>>>>>> Yes, and when we look at the primary cause of all the
>>>>>> crime in America, we see that it is the A.C.L.U.
>>>> Tread carefully, Ms. Captain Liberty, we mutually being of
>>>> and for these United States of America...I'm beginning to
>>>> like you.
>>>That isn't dangerous or anything, is it? :)
>> Well I'll be a monkey's uncle. We're practically next-door
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Well, not quite. It's not like I live on the same street as
you do, like right next door. My house is roughly a hundred
miles from where you live, in round numbers, give or take.
>> As for the potential for being dangerous to associate with
>> known, patriotic, law-abiding, tax-paying, smart-working,
>> God-fearing, gloatingly-victorious Judeo-Xian Republican
>> Americans, that's always a possibility.
>Hey don't call me Republican, I'm a libertarian. :)
I didn't. I merely pointed out that any association with me
that isn't extremely negative might be perceived by Liberals
as some sort of endorsement. You know, since Liberals always
think in terms of extremes. If you express views that appear
even slightly to the right of the extreme, radical, far-left,
you might as well paste a Bush/Cheney bumper sticker on your
car. I know you wouldn't do that, because you're libertarian.
I've browsed through some your articles over the last several
months. While there are some issues we disagree on, there are
other issues that we generally do agree on, albeit for perhaps
different reasons. You seem to be generally patriotic towards
America. That's a far cry from those angry Liberals, who I am
diametrically *opposed* to across-the-board, without exception.
Thus, by comparison to the Liberals, you seem much more like a
friend among patriotic Americans than our mutual Liberal enemy.
>And I'm not a judeo-Christian either, for that matter.
Again, I never even implied that you were, as my previous
replies to you clearly attest. I don't use the X-No-Archive
directive, so all of my articles are searchable on Google.
Unlike the Liberals (especially the A.C.L.U.) I respect all
*law-abiding* people's God-given right to freedom of speech
and freedom of religion. If you're not seriously breaking
any laws of the land, you're free to worship as you choose.
Every law-abiding citizen is entitled to his or her opinion,
even the most devout Atheists, Agnostics, and other faiths.
>> And our Muslim,
>> Hindu, Buddhist, Astrologer, Astronomer, Atheist, Theist,
>> Polytheist, Pantheist, Wiccan, Voodoo, Shamen, etc. etc.
>> brothers and sisters who always vote Republican across-
>> the-board aren't entirely safe from the Liberals, either.
>No one who values liberty is safe from the liberal socialists.
You'll get no argument from me. And I read that you believe the
U.N. to be the most dangerous organization in the entire world.
Personally, I'd have to put them in a close-second place, maybe
slightly behind the A.C.L.U. If they really knew what I would
do if I were the President of the United States, they would be
down on bended knees thanking God Almighty that George W. Bush
is such a kind, meek, tolerant, patient, peaceful human being.
>> I've received literally hundreds of death threats over the
>> years, and the climate of no-holds-barred warfare between
>> the Republicans versus the Liberals is bordering on an all-
>> out, Second American Civil War,
>Except for the fact that most lieberals are also pacifists and
>won't own guns. LOL! So they have to get the government to do
>their dirty work for them.
I didn't know that about them not collecting firearms, but I'll
emphatically agree on the Liberals' lazy, cowardly, NIMBY traits.
And I like your spelling of LIEberals. They seem to have cornered
the market on unbridled dishonesty, and a complete, psychological
disconnection--dissociation--from reality. Theirs is a culture of
death, a culture of hate, a culture of the "chalkboard" mentality.
>They can't win a war without getting tens of millions of illegal
>invaders to move here and vote for socialism.
This is one area I humbly disagree with you, as with some of
my fellow Republicans, on. Personally, I believe that the vast
majority of illegal Mexican immigrants are very hard-working,
generally law-abiding people. The potential for bigotry and
prejudice beclouding anyone's otherwise rational views is too
great to be ignored. Do unto others as you would have them do
unto you. If I were a non-violent, responsible, God-fearing
illegal immigrant, I'd want American citizenship, too. But I
would expect to work and pay taxes, to contribute to society.
I would expect to help expand and improve the *infrastructure*
of my community, to support the needs of the rising population.
The primary complaint against the illegal immigrants, invaders,
etc., is generally three-fold: They are undermining our limited
infrastructure; many of them seem unwilling or simply unable to
learn to speak even kindergarten-level English; and some of them
are dangerously-violent criminals who should be shot dead on sight.
Those who complain about losing jobs to them aren't filling out
applications at their local McDonalds, Wal*Mart, or whatever.
The complainers aren't out there toiling in the fields, under
the hot sun six days a week, twelve hours a day, for,--please
pardon the antiquated, old west expression,--chinaman's wages,
you know, "tryin' ta make a dollar out of fifteen cents", etc.
I believe there are fair and equitable solutions to the problem
of illegal immigration. But unwarranted fearmongering isn't part
of the solution, it's part of the problem. We know the Mexican
government is probably the most corrupt government in the world,
totally bought off by the drug cartels, etc. But we can't blame
ordinary Mexican citizens for the sorry state of Mexico, at least
not completely. Fear and intimidation keeps common Mexicans down.
If it were up to me, I'd require every human being in, entering,
or leaving the United States, to submit a blood or tissue sample
for our national DNA fingerprinting database. This would help us
to *positively* identify dangerously-violent criminals, so that
our law-enforcement professionals could get the green light to
shoot them dead on sight--knowing for a fact that they are doing
Americans, Mexicans, and the whole world a big favor. Of course,
the Liberal A.C.L.U. lawyers and judges and prison cartels would
definitely not like that. But I'm for bankrupting every Liberal
in America. I would ban Liberals from entering politics, too...
>> So Yes, it is always a good idea to be careful, because it
>> really is a Jungle out there. The Liberals are desperate,
>> and desperate men do desperate things. Most of the inner-
>> city, high-crime, "Blue" county areas of the country are
>> infested with rabidly-insane, dangerously violent criminals.
>> While Denver can be a fairly dangerous place to live, thank
>> God you don't live in the world's most dangerous city, which
>> is Washington, D.C. (rivaled by post-Katrina New Orleans, et
>> al heavily Liberal Democrat bastions of violent crime).
>> I'm fortunate enough to live up here in the central mountains
>> of Colorado, ~12.5 miles due east of the Continental Divide,
>> at about 7350' elevation above sealevel. Not much violent
>> crime up here, but there's no completely safe earthly haven
>> from the dangerously-violent, Liberal Anti-Christ criminals.
>> I bid thee Godspeed,
>> Daniel Joseph Min
>Thee? It's 2006. :)
2206? You mean, like in the Year of the Dominant one, the Year
of our LORD and Saviour Jesus Christ, 2006 AD? Well I'll be. :-D
Call me old-fashioned, old-school, but believe it or not, I can
remember some of my immortal soul's past incarnations like they
were yesterday. I think in "ancient" terms, ancient languages,
ancient myths, ancient religions. The King's English is modern
by comparison. I vastly prefer the Vulgar Latin, Koine Greek,
Imperial Aramaic, and Square Hebrew. I read the bible like it
was written yesterday. I remember reading in past incarnations.
When I translated Nostradamus' writings, it eventually seemed
like his Gallic French was more like a contemporary language,
albeit it started off as a "language from another planet", so
foreign to my present experience. I remember being in France,
not as Nostradamus, but in the 16th century. I even saw the
castle, which still stands today, where I was the head chef.
I immediately recognized the castle on the Travel Channel,
back in 2004. It was pure deja vu. I could see around every
corner inside and outside of the castle from the helicopter
that was filming it. I could see the entire kitchen, every
drawer and cabinet. All of the utensils. I mean everything.
So, please forgive my sometimes archaic usage of words and
phrases. Like "Let us call a spade a spade". Or using the
word "gay" to describe a joyous, lively, merry, happy, and
lighthearted, jovial feeling. By contrast, when I refer to
homosexuals, I call them homosexuals, shameless adulterers.
Am I "talking down" to them? Of course not! All mortal men
are sinners. We ALL need to ask God to forgive us our sins.
(You may believe otherwise. I respect your personal faith.)
Anyway, I like to call things what they are. I don't speak
"Liberalspeak", which tries--in vain, all in vain--to turn
everything upside down and inside out.
Do what thou wilt (Aleister Crowley's favorite expression),
Daniel Joseph Min
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