Re: [NH Libertarians] UN Flag Burn Video
- Cheers and kudos to you and Russell and the rest of your intrepid
band, Kathryn! The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that burning an
*American* flag (much less the flag of an organization with a majority
of barely-civilized dictatorships energetically repressing the people
caught under them) is protected First Amendment speech. Thus, officious
and power-hungry local bureaucrats *need* to be challenged all the time.
Why? Because they must be educated about the law, individual rights, and
the Constitutions of both New Hampshire and the United States. Among
lawyers it is sometimes said, "Don't argue with police or bureaucrats
about the Constitution. First of all, they don't know what's in it.
Secondly, they don't care." That's often the case elsewhere in America,
but in the Free State, with constant and consistent action from you,
Russell, and others, we will make sure that individual rights are not
only learned and recognized, but protected. YAY FOR THE FREE STATE U.N.
Tim Condon - Tampa, FL - 813-251-2626 - Liberty in your lifetime:
"America is the greatest, freest, and most decent society in existence.
It is an oasis of goodness in a desert of cynicism and barbarism. This
country, once an experiment unique in the world, is now the last best
hope for the world....By defeating the terrorist threat posed by Islamic
fundamentalism, we can protect the American way of life while once again
redeeming humanity from a global menace. History will view America as a
great gift to the world, a gift that Americans today must preserve and
cherish." From "What's So Great About America?" by Dinesh D'Souza
Kat Dillon wrote:
>Check out the UN Flag Burn Video :) Three cheers for
>Roger for all his hard work on these videos!
>BTW, nothing ever happened to us over the lack of a
>burn permit. The city had told us we needed a permit
>to burn flags, but then told us flat out they wouldn't
>give us one. It's truely amazing how little pushing
>is needed to get government weasels to back down.
>Russell just told them we were going to do it anyway
>and laughed at them. This totally flustered them.
>I've seen it over and over now. In New London CT at a
>protest, the police demanded ID from Russell and he
>just told them no. I started taking the cop's picture
>and demanding his name, and he left. Same thing
>happened when the national guard started throwing
>their weight around in our neighborhood.
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