Who Could Possible Run Your Life Better Than a Small, Elect Group of Morally-Bankrupt Plutocrats?

The following correspondence originally took place upon the Facebook wall of family, after they posted artwork being shared the page, “Libertarian Party“…


“Libertarian. The radical notion that you are not the property of anyone else, including the government.” – Tony Baize (All individuals have the right to exercise sole dominion over their own lives, and have the right to live in whatever manner they choose, so long as they do not forcibly interfere with the equal right of others to live in whatever manner they choose.)
(Learn more about the LP and its values of Liberty at lp.or/platform)

Rayn: What a elitist and extremist viewpoint! Do you really believe that you can run your life better than a small, elect group of morally-bankrupt plutocrats? Just who do you think you are?

The Government Can – Tim Hawkins:

Stephen K.: 90% of the US Congress are millionaires.

Rayn: It’s a little over half, actually.

More Than Half the Members of Congress Are Millionaires (Jan. 2014):

This is a small rise from the 2011 figures:

47% of Congress Members Millionaires — a Status Shared by Only 1% of Americans (Nov. 2011 article):

Stephen K.: Someone spread disinformation to me 🙁

Blind Faith in the Religion of Centralized Government is Obsolete!

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

"I have certain rules I live by... My first rule... I don't believe anything the government tells me..." - George Carlin

“I have certain rules I live by… My first rule… I don’t believe anything the government tells me…” – George Carlin

My Commentary: Blind faith in the religion of centralized government is obsolete in a free society! Try critical thinking on the issue, and you may even learn why Individuals are willing to REPEATEDLY submit themselves to a plutocratic oligarchy of sociopaths, in the first place…