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  • Gold Standard Press
    New Mexico... near the CO border is FREEZING... : ) I say, dump Alaska... it ain t gonna win, and bring in NH just to see what happens.... I dare your
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      New Mexico... near the CO border is FREEZING... :>)

      I say, dump Alaska... it ain't gonna win, and bring in NH just to see what happens....

      I dare your YalieAss, Jason... I double dare you.

      c.


      ----- Original Message -----
      From: Jan Eiland
      To: fspcrackerbarrel@yahoogroups.com
      Sent: Tuesday, March 18, 2003 12:57 AM
      Subject: Re: [fspcrackerbarrel] Help New Hampshire Win


      All other things aside, New Mexico's anti-Homeland Security resolution is a major indicator of that state's overall position. And it's a heck of a lot closer to Montana and Idaho than is NH. (Yes, I"m still averse to hot weather, and yes, I still like access to the sea--LOL.)

      I am seriously considering forwarding the text of this to the "folks that be" in Idaho, Alaska, Montana, and other states I'd like to see chosen.
      ----- Original Message -----
      From: Heather James
      To: fspcrackerbarrel@yahoogroups.com
      Sent: Monday, March 17, 2003 10:55 PM
      Subject: Re: [fspcrackerbarrel] Help New Hampshire Win


      Nope. The fact that the western states are in a block, giving us the
      likelihood of friendly neighbors is a big plus. The fact that they're far
      away from NYC & DC is another. The fact that the only particularly evil
      Senator in the area is Daschle is a third, as there are over a dozen in the
      east that are notoriously anti-freedom--and some of them are from candidate
      states (as, of course, is Daschle--one reason I've never been particularly
      interested in SD--sorry, Crystal).
      Many of the things on our agenda for change are going to not be liked by the
      statists next door, and, in the east, will, at the very least, cause the
      state to be embroiled in federal lawsuits brought by our neighbors.
      Besides that, the easiest way to commit voter fraud is not when the votes are
      counted but when they are cast, particularly in a state with same-day
      registration.
      And then there is the fact that the East Coast is a far bigger Homeland
      Insecurity concern than the west is, even the border states. If an eastern
      FSP state tries to allow its citizens more freedom and privacy than the
      Homeland Security Dept. likes, it will have major problems with the feds,
      immediately--not to mention it would give plenty of spin for the press for
      whatever the feds want to do.
      That gives a few problems with eastern candidate states, to start.

      On Tuesday 18 March 2003 00:38, Jan Eiland wrote:
      > Precisely. I wasn't necessarily thinking of National Guard
      > interventions... ----- Original Message -----
      > From: Heather James
      > To: fspcrackerbarrel@yahoogroups.com
      > Sent: Monday, March 17, 2003 10:39 PM
      > Subject: Re: [fspcrackerbarrel] Help New Hampshire Win
      >
      >
      > There are plenty of ways to put the FSP out of business without actually
      > using troops. The majority of them are far more likely to happen in the
      > eastern states than the western ones.
      >
      > On Monday 17 March 2003 23:43, Jan Eiland wrote:
      > > I said "the East," not New Hampshire. And no Eastern state's been
      > > freed (yet) either ;)
      > >
      > > Perhaps I need to read/research a bit more: how so and when (and by
      > > whom) was Hussein "put into power?" ----- Original Message -----
      > > From: Bruce Morgan
      > > To: fspcrackerbarrel@yahoogroups.com
      > > Sent: Monday, March 17, 2003 9:39 PM
      > > Subject: RE: [fspcrackerbarrel] Help New Hampshire Win
      > >
      > >
      > > I thought New Hampshire would be packed with people, also, but I had
      > > to change my mind after my visit there a couple of weeks ago. We
      > > criss-crossed the state from Massachussetts to the Canadian border, and
      > > from Vermont to Maine. I grew up in rural backwater Louisiana, and the
      > > population density was comparable (although the people in NH are a lot
      > > more sober for the most part.) I met a few folks while I was there,
      > > and most (well, all but one, actually,) were at least interested in
      > > what we're doing and at most glad to know about it and even
      > > enthusiastic. These were just the people we bumped into, not anyone I
      > > went out of my way to find.
      > >
      > > Again, my number 1 reason for supporting New Hampshire is that I
      > > believe something will get done there in my lifetime. Even with the
      > > lower populations in the west, I just don't believe that we can attract
      > > the numbers that will make it happen there. Out of the general uS
      > > population, folks who like Western states are, for the most part,
      > > already living in one and they have not freed any states yet. Perhaps
      > > in my children's lifetime, we could see real freedom in the west, but
      > > I'd sure like to see it before then.
      > >
      > > Hitler was not a toy dictator. Saddam Hussein was put in power by
      > > our government.
      > >
      > >
      > > -----Original Message-----
      > > From: Jan Eiland [mailto:jeiland@...]
      > > Sent: Monday, March 17, 2003 10:41 PM
      > > To: fspcrackerbarrel@yahoogroups.com
      > > Subject: Re: [fspcrackerbarrel] Help New Hampshire Win
      > >
      > >
      > > Bruce, I said I like what I know of New Hampshire, legislatively
      > > speaking. The other consideration (for me), aside from proximity to the
      > > "big guys" is, frankly, there are too damned many people back East.
      > > While I'm *from* Idaho, that is not necessarily at the forefront of my
      > > preferred states.
      > >
      > > And let me play devil's advocate here: what might have been
      > > different if we (or anyone) had seen fit to interfere with Germany's
      > > "toy dictator" 50 years ago? Shoulda-woulda-coulda...
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      the way of education about what our Constitution means
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