Statism is a Refuge for Narcissistic Control-Freaks

I originally posted the following information and commentary onto my Facebook wall…

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State Now Claims It Owns the Wind — Taxing Renewable Energy “Out of Existence”:
http://thefreethoughtproject.com/state-owns-wind-enery-nature/

(Matt Agorist) Shortly after they realized the potential for wind energy creation in Wyoming, renewable energy companies began constructing turbines on private property and then selling the clean power they generated to the residents. However, shortly after their ventures began, Wyoming government officials, acting on behalf of fossil fuel interests, moved in for the kill.

The state legislature asked the question, “Who owns the wind?”

Without much debate, the Wyoming legislature quickly determined that the state does.

(Read entire article here…)

My Commentary: LOL! Statism is a refuge for narcissistic control-freaks…

Discussing the Illusion of American Home “Ownership”

The following correspondence originally took place on my Facebook wall, upon my post, “In America, Your Home is NOT Your Own!“…

Rayn: I just posted about this a few days ago. Synchronicity! 🙂 RV, for the win!

“Property taxes: because in the end, even after you pay off the mortgage, your home will never truly be yours!”

Mark J.: True

In America, Your Home is NOT Your Own!

As I scrolled through my Facebook news feed, I discovered the following artwork here, being shared by the page, “Young Americans for Liberty,” and originally posted it to my own wall, along with commentary…

"Property taxes: because in the end, even after you pay off the mortgage, your home will never truly be yours!"

“Property taxes: because in the end, even after you pay off the mortgage, your home will never truly be yours!”

My Commentary: I just posted about this a few days ago. Synchronicity! 🙂  RV, for the win!

Statists Vitriolically State in Response to Public Celebration of Three-Year Anniversary of Liberation from American Slave-Grid Through Purchase of an RV

The following debate originally took place on my Facebook wall, upon my post, “To Truly Own Your Home, Buy an RV“…

Inside view of my family's 38-foot motor-home

Inside view of my family’s 38-foot motor-home

Rayn: Wanting the freedom to ACTUALLY own our home, and to move as we please, my husband, [Genaire], and I purchased a 38 ft. 2001 Monaco Diplomat RV three years ago, today. 🙂 True liberty!

To understand what I mean, try not paying the “property tax” on your house, and you’ll soon find out who really owns it! Not too mention that most also spend a third of their life paying off a 30-year-loan, too!

Using a seven-year bank loan to buy a large used RV in full working order, with only 36,00 miles used on a diesel engine that’s still under warranty for 500,000 miles, as well as a 50 amp diesel generator, a 1500 watt 30 amp inverter, four deep-cycle house batteries, 100-gallon diesel tank, hydraulic leveling jacks, a propane/electric furnace, a propane/electric fridge, two 12,000 btu air conditioners, a 38-gallon propane tank, a 3-burner stovetop range, a convection oven, a booth dinette that seats 4, a 100-gallon water tank, a 10 gallon boiler, a 60-gallon grey tank, a 40-gallon septic tank, a shower with bathtub, a double kitchen sink, a bathroom sink, a queen-sized bed, a leather couch that pulls out to into a full-sized bed, leather power driver and passenger seats that rotate, a CD player with four ceiling speakers, front 32 inch widescreen LCD with DVD player, back 26 inch widescreen LCD, also with DVD player, CB radio, VCR, satellite TV antenna dome, solid wood-paneled cabinets, ceramic-tiled floors, a patio awning, a 15,000 lb. hitch, and multiple storage bays … is a little under $700 a month, with insurance under $100! That is less than most people pay for rent!

Want a change in scenery, weather, neighbors, community, temperatures, State laws, etc.? With an RV, simply drive to a new location, without hassle! No leases, no listings, no resales, no permission, no problem!

Anke M.: I love it, am jealous! But when a couple has children one needs to be in a location with good schools. And should pay taxes for the schools to exist as well as all the other services the government provides: refuse removal, roads, general infrastructure and law enforcement.

All well and good for you two to be Libertarians and have no kids. But when you move that fabulous RV you use roads I pay for, and where ever you live someone ultimately picks up your refuse, etc. you use sewer lines, etc.
So get real Rayn, it’s a great way to live, but not feasible for the majority of people , especially those with kids. (Click Here to Continue Reading This Post)

To Truly Own Your Home, Buy an RV!

As I scrolled through my Facebook memories, I discovered the following photo I took, which I originally shared to my wall in December of 2012, and decidedly re-posted it, while adding a commentary…

Inside view of my family's 38-foot motor-home

Inside view of my family’s 38-foot motor-home

Wanting the freedom to ACTUALLY own our home, and to move as we please, my husband and I purchased a 38 ft. 2001 Monaco Diplomat RV three years ago, today. 🙂 True liberty!

To understand what I mean, try not paying the “property tax” on your house, and you’ll soon find out who really owns it! Not too mention that most also spend a third of their life paying off a 30-year-loan, too!

Using a seven-year bank loan to buy a large used RV in full working order, with only 36,00 miles used on a diesel engine that’s still under warranty for 500,000 miles, as well as a 50 amp diesel generator, a 1500 watt 30 amp inverter, four deep-cycle house batteries, 100-gallon diesel tank, hydraulic leveling jacks, a propane/electric furnace, a propane/electric fridge, two 12,000 btu air conditioners, a 38-gallon propane tank, a 3-burner stovetop range, a convection oven, a booth dinette that seats 4, a 100-gallon water tank, a 10 gallon boiler, a 60-gallon grey tank, a 40-gallon septic tank, a shower with bathtub, a double kitchen sink, a bathroom sink, a queen-sized bed, a leather couch that pulls out to into a full-sized bed, leather power driver and passenger seats that rotate, a CD player with four ceiling speakers, front 32 inch widescreen LCD with DVD player, back 26 inch widescreen LCD, also with DVD player, CB radio, VCR, satellite TV antenna dome, solid wood-paneled cabinets, ceramic-tiled floors, a patio awning, a 15,000 lb. hitch, and multiple storage bays … is a little under $700 a month, with insurance under $100! That is less than most people pay for rent!

Want a change in scenery, weather, neighbors, community, temperatures, State laws, etc.? With an RV, simply drive to a new location, without hassle! No leases, no listings, no resales, no permission, no problem!