Quote of the day—Robb Allen @ItsRobbAllen

There is not a single aspect of your life, no matter how small, that these tyrants do not feel the overwhelming desire to control.

Senators are more of a threat to your wellbeing than gas stoves.

Robb Allen @ItsRobbAllen
Tweeted on January 10, 2023
[I have nothing to add.—Joe]


4 thoughts on “Quote of the day—Robb Allen @ItsRobbAllen

  1. It’s not like they didn’t telegraph their moves on this one. I mean they went after toilet flush water what, 30 years ago?
    Anyone that’s lived through a psycho, insecure ex could tell there isn’t anything safe. Communist governments are no different. (Trying to get away from them presents many parallels also. My, where the thoughts do wander.)
    Did they forget the gas water heaters, and home heating?
    We should never forget the mental health of the golden billion elites of this world rests completely on you freezing and starving to death in the dark.
    So, do be a dear. And try not to complain.

  2. I’m reminded of a Heinlein quote:
    “The human race divides politically into those who want people to be controlled and those who have no such desire.”
    For that matter, more blunt but also to the point:
    “The correct way to punctuate a sentence that starts: “Of course It is none of my business but–” is to place a period after the word “but.” Don’t use excessive force in supplying such moron with a period. Cutting his throat is only a momentary pleasure and is bound to get you talked about.” — Robert A. Heinlein, in “The Notebooks of Lazarus Long”

  3. The desire to control others is the driving force behind virtually everyone who enters the political arena. Because of this the desire to seek office should be an automatic disqualifier for holding office.

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