Sunday, January 27, 2013

The Judge Distilled The Truth

Such sentiment sounds hyperbolic in stable countries in the west, but all citizens must be forever vigilant. http://the-libertarian.co.uk/

Well, The Libertarian, a UK libertarian blog, posted on its Facebook page that "Such sentiment sounds hyperbolic in stable countries in the west, but all citizens must be forever vigilant."
I was waiting for someone to object the the Judge's words, because I have seen this quote many times over the last few months. But  The Libertarian was not offering a condemnation. But neither were Judge Napolitano's words hyperbole. They are a distillation of the truth. Everyone, everywhere has the right to oppose their government, and if need be by force, if the government oversteps its written and natural bounds. Government does not have a monopoly of force; that is a myth.
"The beauty of the Second Amendment is that it will not be needed until they try to take it."
- Thomas Jefferson
I do think that Judge Napolitano's words are dangerous and are an affront to a government that disbelieves them, but then the government is dangerous.

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