It’s not what you believe, it’s what you do.

Worldview Thought for the Day

If you want to use the government to force someone else to pay for or do something you are unwilling to pay for or do yourself, then you are probably wrong.


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2 Responses to It’s not what you believe, it’s what you do.

  1. djhitz says:

    The government forces us to pay for everything we do not want to pay for. It’s called taxation with much, lame representation. We also forfeit lives. All while they borrow money on credit to accomplish alot less than strategically necessary.
    It’s what I believe and it’s what I do and can’t do much to quell it unless I make the ultimate sacrifice by protesting full time to get my point accross but I’d lose my livliehood. Would, I really be heard? Are you being heard, Mr. Anti-partisan?

  2. dlhitzeman says:

    I am being heard, DJ. You’ve heard me. A few others have heard me. My goal here is not to change the whole world, but to change the minds of just enough people that they can join the avalanche with me.

    We all spend way to much time focusing on things far too big for one person, or even a small group of people, to solve on their own. What we need is critical mass, and that mass cannot be achieved by any other means that people talking to other people about what’s important to them.

    During the Revolutionary War, only about 3 percent of the colonists actively participated in the fight, yet the rebels managed to defeat the most powerful army on the planet at the time and establish a nation founded on principles that had never been heard of before in the history of mankind.

    That’s what we need. With modern technology and instant communication, we need even less people, especially since so many people already do what they are told because of their slavery to media consumption. How many will it take, I have no idea, but it won’t be many, and the results will be extraordinary.

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