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Of course, to anyone well-heeled in the precepts of ordered liberty, even the thought of it is anathema.
But the key words are "ordered liberty" - and when that status is gone, de facto, all bets are off.
Example: "The Untouchables"
Connery posed the hard question, "What are you prepared to do?" Costner recoiled from the point Connery was trying to make until he saw it up-close-and-personal, then Ness tossed Frank Nitty off a roof.
LIBERTY HAS NO EXPIRATION DATEDemocrats wouldn't buy a clue if it was government subsidized.
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