Re: kathryn's comments

Michael S. Lorrey (
Sat, 11 Sep 1999 10:36:35 -0400

Spike Jones wrote:
> Michael S. Lorrey wrote:
> > > Mike Lorry wrote: [never mind what Mike Lorry wrote. Onerous comments
> > > deleted.]
> >
> > I can't speak for Mike Lorry, as I am not he. Perhaps if you actually
> > quoted what the dastardly dude said, I can decide for myself whether to
> > applaud or throw rotten veggies...
> I deleted it, but it had to do with partially agreeing women were responsible
> for... gulp... electing bill clinton. owwwww... Sounds like fanning the
> flames
> of... flames. Im not the one to scold tho, Mike, as I am not exactly the
> most politically correct myself. {8-[ spike

Oh, that was at least a coupla months ago. Been going over old mail? What I basically said was that the three greatest accomplishments of women's suffrage was the Gun Control Act of 1968 (actually its a translation of the Nazi Weapons Law), Prohibition, and Bill Clinton... in that order of importance.

I think when all is said and done we will find that the only President who rivals Clinton in corruption, abuse, and outright disregard and distain for the Constitution is Nixon.

As it turns out, we are now finding out how Roger Altman, Clinton's original Sec'ty of the Treasury, under the guidance of Hillary and Vince Foster, staged the ATF raid on Waco from his and the ATF's offices in Little Rock as a Press Conference In Action to promote a new gun control law. The local ATF office head was calling as many former Branch Davidians he could find to dig up evidence of child abuse by Koresh. Since when is child abuse the jurisdiction of the ATF? Its not paranoia if they really are out to get you.

I've said it once and I'll say it again. A large number of women do not regard freedom to be nearly as important as security. They will, by and large, prefer to trade freedom for greater security and protection. This is their nature as maternal beings that prefer consensus and compromise to ideals and principles. This is why the whole, "don't be cruel, it's for the Children" routine the democrats always pull is so effective, as it tugs at the maternal memes that women have. The great erosion in privacy and individual liberty in this century began after we granted women the right to vote. To Kathryn and other women on the list who probably take offense at this, I challenge you to prove me wrong.

Mike Lorrey