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  1. I’d opt for the first choice, Dwayne, but as a foreigner, my right to speak is not guaranteed by the First Amendment to the US Constitution. The question, of course, is if your right as a citizen to do so is…..

    Henri

    1. The way that I view it is that we always have the right to speak. Whether it is legal or not is a seperate issue.

      Regarding the carton/graphic: Of course I like the content, but I’d like to say I also really like the way black and white was used and the whole Assange/Eagle drawing in general.

  2. George Washington as inspiration for a wealthy president:

    Washington used federal troops—marshaled under the “heroic” (as his hagiographers would have us believe) Alexander Hamilton—to put down the Whiskey Rebellion and, after using big government to knock out the competition, then became the biggest producer of whiskey in the U.S.A.

    http://www.mountvernon.org/the-estate-gardens/distillery/

    Alexander Hamilton argued that a constitution (namely the British Constitution) “Purged of its corruptions…would become an impracticable government.”

    https://books.google.com/books/content?id=Y5GUyUj4XY4C&pg=PA32&img=1&zoom=3&hl=en&sig=ACfU3U0Cy9SWzrmQSCuoJF8pwJIO0NWYXg&ci=133%2C964%2C702%2C406&edge=0

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