Quote of the day—bob r

If you cut out the tumor, what is it going to be replaced by?

If you kill the rabid dog, what is it going to be replaced by?

If you cut out the gangrene, what is it going to be replaced by?

If you remove the mudslide from the road, what is it going to be replaced by?

If you remove the nail from the tire, what is it going to be replaced by?

If you remove the excess fat from your ass, what is it going to be replaced by?

If you remove the worm from the apple, what is it going to be replaced by?

If you remove the slug from the garden, what is it going to be replaced by?

If you remove the hornet nest from the entry way, what is it going to be replaced by?

bob r
July 14, 2011
Comment to Random thought of the day in response to ubu52 asking, “If TSA goes away, what is it going to be replaced by?”
[As Say Uncle has said, “Same planet, different worlds”.

ubu52, and many others, have completely different base assumptions about the world we live in, politics, and human nature than I and the people I usually associate with do. This makes it hard to have meaningful discussions let alone share the same government.—Joe]

3 thoughts on “Quote of the day—bob r

  1. There’s been a discussion about this over at the League of Ordinary Gentleman, and at Bleeding Heart Libertarians, over the idea that Libertarian ideals require that everyone be an ‘Angel’, so to speak. Whereas the counter is that libertarians don’t make this claim, and argue that everyone acting in their own self interest is all that is required, but that liberal/progressive ideals require that all leaders and bureacrats be ‘Angels’.

  2. I think Libertarians fail to acknowledge the role reinsurance companies play in “why things are the way they are.”

  3. “If TSA goes away, what is it going to be replaced by?”

    Freedom and dignity, two notions totally alien to a communist, liberal, progressive, marxist, socialist, demonrat, obamunist, whatever you want to call them.

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