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Me and you and what we can do…

I can’t resist an argument. I have a passion for learning and defending what I think is right, which is partly why I’ve started this blog. The other part is because I like to experience what others think. It keeps me going and reminds me that no matter how big or small, every individual has something unique to bring to the table. That is the spirit with which I write these blogs, so that voices are connected to places where they’ll be heard.

A little about myself, I am 18 preparing to leave the Sunshine State to go and study in Virginia where TJ once took a stand. I have a small, dysfunctional family that I love more than all the good things in the world, and a beautiful girl-friend I hope to one day marry and share all good things with. I do Judo, tend to horses, and work odd-end jobs to keep things running at home. I laugh, I read, I write, and I live by what I say. Finally, I may disagree with what you say, but I would give my life for you to say it.


7 Responses

  1. My advice to you is this: read everything Thomas Jefferson (and the friends he admired–Thomas Paine, James Madison) ever wrote. This will change your life. Jefferson was probably the best educated and most thoughtful President this country has ever known.

  2. you are on my blogroll as well.

  3. Have a read of ‘The Social Contract’ by Jean-Jacques Rosseu, it gives a different perspective to a lot of things that we see in modern society. As well as this, if you want to look at British problems ‘The Welfare State We’re In’ by James Batholomew is a good one.

  4. Rideronthet,

    Thanks for the tip. Thomas Jefferson wrote a lot of good stuff, but borrowed heavily from John Locke. Still, I admire him for his gall. Thomas Paine, though, is the greatest.

  5. i have added you to my blogrollcheers

  6. “You can protect your liberties in this world only by protecting the other man’s freedom. You can be free only if I am free.”

    -Clarence Darrow

    Say loud and say it proud! Great blog.

    -D.C. Massey (The Mad Celt)
    “Musings of a Mad Celt” (http://dracocelt.blogspot.com/)
    “The Mad Celt’s Liberty Blog” (http://dracocelt2.blogspot.com/)

  7. please add my id of mesenger .. motociclistcom

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