Re: Re: Future Technologies of Death

Estacado66 (
Wed, 31 Dec 1997 14:08:47 EST

In a message dated 12/31/97 3:11:17 AM, you wrote:

<<Priviledges as stated above, tend to be those rights that not enough
interest can be generated in to guarrantee by Constitutional decree, or
that atrophy over time. Gun ownership, privacy, and voting seem to be
rights that are most noticably atrophying this decade.

			Michael Lorrey>>

As long as you are willing to submit to the dogma of the Constitution, politicians need only think of clever ways to make sure that all their forms of slavery fit under this document. They are doing a fabulous job of making the average voter feel like he is actually free I might add. This is not a judgement of you personally. We all bow down before the whip of the state and will suffer accordingly.