Friday, August 22, 2008


Please, get her out of my state! Is it too much to ask for change?
Gov. Kathleen Sebelius revels in killing innocent children, banishing the God-given right to protection, and eliminating hunting in general. She also attended Bilderburg last year.

Obama and Sebelius are equally yolked.
If The Obamanation of Desolation has any heart, he will free Kansas of its gubernatorial burden, and choose Sebelius the Terrible as his VP pick.

Oh yeah...Ron Paul for Governor of Kansas!

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Stephen Boyd said...

Ooooh! I did not know y'all had a woman governor! Hit the road, man!

'Course, Alabama's Riley ain't much better.

And Ron Paul for governor? I saw that one coming a thousand miles away!

BTW, if you are taking requests from the peanut gallery, I would love to see a post on tyrannicide.

Son3 said...

Thanks for the comment, but "tyrannicide"? What could I say about tyrannicide?

(Are you trying to get me on a list?) ;)

Exiling is much better.

David Rockefeller should be exiled to some foreign country, like Los Angeles or something. ;)

Stephen Boyd said...

I thought we were all already on the list?

Have you never heard of tyrannicide? Whereby a citizen can lawfully assassinate a tyrant? I'll try and do a post on it next week.

Son3 said...

Indeed, we undoubtedly are!

I know and agree with the idea of tyrannicide, but exiling is more prudent, in my opinion.

I look forward to reading your take on the issue!


Stephen Boyd said...

Well, you have to take into consideration the theology of the land. If the land contains the bones of my forefathers and has been in the family for hundreds of years, I'm going to fight a lot harder for that, instead of just leaving it to the tyrants. Of course, I would also take into consideration whether or not my descendants would be free to worship God.

Son3 said...

Exactly, there are many situations and variables in a situation like that. It really depends on the circumstances and culture.

Revolutions; rebellions; coups; invasions; the removal of political heads of state in either of these situations could take any path, really.

You are probably a bit more well-versed in the historical aspect of it than I, so I look forward to reading your opinion at length!

Sic Semper Tyrannis

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