Friday, March 20, 2009

$2.85 For Your Liberty

That's $3.7M in one-time windfall blood money from the feds (where did they get it, again?) divided by 1.3M NH residents (that's 2007 figures, and truncated at that, so your autonomy was worth less than $2.85 in your government's eyes, even then). Plus the glorious citation revenue, of course. Bwa-ha-ha-haaa...!

Interested? No? Too bad. Whom do you think's running this joint, anyway? Now be a good subject and just do what you're told...

Except activists are sworn to make sure the goon-state of NH never gets to spend it quite the way it envisions, maybe even lose money in the bargain (yes, it's actually taxpayers' money, either way...). Will the state listen? Can it "do the math?" Does it actually care? Or is it really all about obedience of the masses? Watch the video: it's all a big joke to them. They still don't see what's coming...

This is the continuation of last week's NH House Ways & Means Committee hearing on HB383, this year's seatbelt bill, 3/20/2009. What does it take to instruct these servants that we simply don't want their "help?" For the "attention deficit" crowd, selected testimony video follows...

Details on the pledge Jeremy talks about can be found here and here.

Contact your legislators, and tell them you didn't hire parents. Tell them your freedom isn't for sale. Tell them you haven't authorized them to "instruct" you how to live your life (as if they're qualified). Tell them to leave you alone, thanks for the "concern."

Not great possibilities still in the House at this point, but they're not done yet, and it's certainly worth the fight. Likely on to the Senate after another floor vote, possibly next week. Steel yourselves, sovereigns...



Or once Blip has finally gone missing, try the archive.org copy...



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