... conceived... Tell ... amendment citizen? ... That sovereign citizen stuff is a hoax - with roots in violent, racist movements.Message 1 of 35 , Aug 9, 2004View Source--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Beth Jezik" <bjezik@h...>
> Maybe patriots are CONCERNED that this project MAY BE illconceived... Tell
> me, what is the difference between a sovereign and a 14thamendment citizen?
> Is the FSP changing that status?That "sovereign citizen" stuff is a hoax - with roots in violent,
However, it's also off-topic on this list, so I'll shut up about it
[Moderator note: there is legitimate disagreement on this issue among libertarians. This is a fine topic for discussion, and needs to be resolved in some way,Message 35 of 35 , Sep 14, 2004View Source[Moderator note: there is legitimate disagreement on this issue among libertarians. This is a fine topic for discussion, and needs to be resolved in some way, somewhere, but it will not be resolved on this discussion list. Thanks, PXB]
Not intending to start a firestorm of debate: however the pro-life
position can be considered consistent with libertarianism (and, I'd
think, the FSP) -- if the fetus is considered a human being.
Any indentified group, the rights of the Negro, the Jew, and the
Fetus, are all a question of classification. Classify them
almost-human, and you can give them half-human rights. Decide that
they are human, and any action of force against their person is a
strike against personal liberty.
Personally, I am for a law of viability. If you're going to be abort a
fetus. At least allow it the right to struggle for its life
extra-uterus. I think that this issue will be solved technologically
(contraceptively) and go away as a hot topic eventually.