May 25, 2004
Foil Hats on the Move

Don't like the "gummint"? Think it's all sliding into a cesspit of uncontrolled dancing and guys kissing each other on TV? Decided the government isn't part of the problem, it's the only problem? Boy, have we got a solution for you:

Christians must now draw a line in the sand and unite in a sovereign state to dissolve our bond with the current union comprised as the United States of America.

Those of you in the peanut gallery shouldn't laugh too hard. After all, radical lefties want to move us all into enclaves so Bambi & Thumper can roam free once more.

First site via Reflections in D Minor.

Posted by scott at May 25, 2004 01:19 PM

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At first I was thinking we'd have another civil war if they ever tried that. But maybe we'd just say "Good Riddance."

Think they'd let us ship them all out to some uninhabited Pacific Island somewhere? They could be free of any outside influence...

Posted by: Sherri on May 25, 2004 02:23 PM

Sorry, forgot one thing. The plan is based off the Free State Project. Interesting how the fundies will happily rip off the ideas of those who believe in civil rights and liberties in order to deny them to others.

Posted by: Sherri on May 25, 2004 02:27 PM

I think it's kind of interesting that they are choosing Alabama, South Carolina, or Mississippi. Why not New York or Connecticut? How about this? Let's send them to Antarctica and let their god provide them with some good, old testament miracles (heat, food, etc.)...

Posted by: ron on May 26, 2004 09:07 AM

If you include fundie environmentalists, then I do agree with you Sherri. If you think that only religious adherents can be extremists, I would disagree.

Posted by: Jon on May 26, 2004 11:47 AM

I do realize that people of almost any persuasion can be an extremist. I was thinking particularly about the religious ones because of the article. But if you want to encourage the extreme enviornmentalists to go, that's cool, just please leave a few moderates so that someone keeps an eye on things. :)

Posted by: Sherri on May 26, 2004 12:36 PM
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