Patrick Wilken wrote:
> Mike what is the problem?
> I didn't say anything to suggest I wanted you to wear a seatbelt. I know
> this might be a big leap but not all people are US citizens. Some of us
> live in different countries with different laws. In Australia we have
> universal medical coverage paid for by tax. So I pay everytime someone does
> something stupid to their health. Maybe you should learn to think before
> pressing those keys. I never said I wanted laws for seatbelts. If you are
> going to reply to my messages try to read them first. All I said was I
> didn't want a law forcing me to pay for other people's decisions. How does
> that make me a fascist? A word I doubt you even understand: I bet you think
> its a naughty word like 'arsehole' that you know you're not meant to say
> and ironically just don't grasp.
My apologies. I certainly wasn't thinking. You certainly do live in what I would call a fascist state. Tyranny by a small party or tyranny of the majority is irrelevant. The way the government down there is disarming anyone and everyone, I'd be surprised if you Aussies are allowed to carry anything more dangerous than a butter knife within a few years. As a North Korean defector once told a freind of mine, "once we got their guns, taking their money was real easy."