For Believers In Anachronisms

ballot-box
Those who still believe in the ballot box will find this ACLU link useful:

Toolkit: State and Local Resolutions Opposing the 2012 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA)

At the very least, pursuit of this remedy will help you sort sheep from goats in your AO.

Sic semper tyrannis.

9 responses to “For Believers In Anachronisms

  1. You Go Sheeple! “I’m mad as hell and I’m going to keep taking it!”
    By God, that’ll show ’em!

  2. Paul Lemmen

    Reblogged this on Dead Citizen's Rights Society.

  3. Not for me, Never Again!

    ” A Princeton University study by Gilens and Page performed a regression analysis on over a thousand public policy decisions, and determined that the effect of public opinion on public policy is nil. That’s right, nil. It doesn’t matter how you vote, it doesn’t affect the outcome in any measurable way. By extension, that also goes for protesting, organizing, dousing yourself with gasoline and setting yourself on fire on the steps of the US Senate, or whatever else you may get up to. It won’t influence those in power worth a damn.

    and,

    ” What is it that you do when, on election day, you proudly march into the voting booth and pull a lever, or touch the touch screen of a voting machine? You are certainly not making a decision; that’s been proven already. But you are still doing something: you are voting in support of your owners—the ones who make public policy decisions on your behalf. If you vote, then it must be because you approve of what they are doing.”

    Amen

  4. outlawpatriot

    I gotta toolkit too. And one of the tools has a lever too. Actuating my lever will make more of a difference.

    Just sayin’.

  5. Reblogged this on The Lynler Report.

  6. any day is a good day to patronize your local gun/ammo shop. “Election” day is the best day of all. Vote with your feet and your money. Against the System

  7. I agree anything concerning the ballot box or lobbying Congress is a waste of time, but one can think of other reasons this anti-NDAA push is a good thing – waking people up, for example. So I really hope they do go ahead with this outreach effort.

    As someone said in another post, we might not be limited to only 3%. The percentage is growing daily.

  8. Never underestimate the value of having a clear conscience for the upcoming festivities. Do all you can now, so you can truthfully say “I did everything I could.”