"That Rug Really Tied the Room Together"

I forgot to add that right now The Patriot is on BBCA right now. Like the British Broadcasting Company.

Take that you dirty redcoats!!!!!!!

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My beard is very patriotic.

My beard is very patriotic.

Yeah look at my room being stylish with liberty.

Gonna hang it right above my bed so I can look at it every morning when I get up.

Liberty it up in here!!!!!

RON PAUL 2012!!!!!!!!
The real last words of William Wallace
If you are not armed you are not being a good citizen.

Shame on you.

From my cold dead hands.

From my cold dead hands.

The government is not your mother:

If you want to drink a gallon of soda a day, balloon up to 600 lbs, and die.

If you want to abuse substances until you overdose.

If you want to do bad things to yourself. 

Well, that’s your fucking problem. 

It is not society’s job to keep you from making bad decisions that impact yourself.

Personal Responsibility. 

Rebellion to Tyrants is Obedience to God.

The words Benjamin Franklin proposed for the seal of the United States. 

I hold it that a little rebellion now and then is a good thing, and as necessary in the political world as storms in the physical. […] It is a medicine necessary for the sound health of government. - Thomas Jefferson


Sentiments we can all learn from. 

My friend wrote an amazing biography for me on the website we’re building.

Many describe Mr. Bennett as a liberty activist, blogging enthusiast and a Scholar of government and military aspirations. Originally born in Solon, Ohio, Charles moved to Tulsa, Oklahoma with his family to pursue the only affordable education left in the United States. Even in the face of the harshest Conservative communities alive, he structured his own level-headed government vantage on the facts and consequences of world governments. For he will always answer the call of Freedom. In the face of adversity he will always stand by liberty. He may have German, Irish, Scottish, Irish, English and Swiss roots, but – by God – he’s an American.

So when I read what he wrote about me I was literally just like: 

I Love Capitalism!!!

Devout Capitalist and Proud!

America: Guns, Bacon and Freedom.

Our greatest virtues. 

I WILL OUT FREEDOM YOU ALL!
Get on your eagles losers, we’re going freedoming.

northerncowboy:

Bring your facial hair and bacon too. 

As long as good men and women stand up for Freedom, the spirit of Liberty will never die.
Famous Historical Figures dudeistlibertarian looks up to:


Marcus Porcius Cato Uticensis

From Wikipeda: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cato_the_Younger#Cato_in_the_Civil_War


Cato the Younger: A politician and statesman in the late Roman Republic, and a follower of the Stoic philosophy. A noted orator, he is remembered for his stubbornness and tenacity (especially in his lengthy conflict with Julius Caesar), as well as his immunity to bribes, his moral integrity, and his famous distaste for the ubiquitous corruption of the period.

In Utica, Cato did not participate in the battle and, unwilling to live in a world led by Caesar and refusing even implicitly to grant Caesar the power to pardon him, he committed suicide in April 46 BC. According to Plutarch, Cato attempted to kill himself by stabbing himself with his own sword, but failed to do so due to an injured hand. Plutarch wrote:

Cato did not immediately die of the wound; but struggling, fell off the bed, and throwing down a little mathematical table that stood by, made such a noise that the servants, hearing it, cried out. And immediately his son and all his friends came into the chamber, where, seeing him lie weltering in his own blood, great part of his bowels out of his body, but himself still alive and able to look at them, they all stood in horror. The physician went to him, and would have put in his bowels, which were not pierced, and sewed up the wound; but Cato, recovering himself, and understanding the intention, thrust away the physician, plucked out his own bowels, and tearing open the wound, immediately expired.