Friday, August 20, 2010

The Coverup of Pat Tillman's Death

Often when I debate with people, they don't understand why I want to keep government out of everything. They don't understand why I can't, like them, be against only the policies that are bad, and work to dismantle those. This is a good example of why. The government can lie about something, and the lie will be truth long enough for them to enact things and put things in motion that are difficult-to-impossible to extract ourselves from. They lied to get us into war, knowing that when the truth came out, it wouldn't matter. It would be too late. The damage would already be done. They lied about the size and extent of the financial crisis. They told us the financial system would collapse. We are now suspecting that that wasn't the truth, but now it's too late. The damage is done.
Assuming you can control the government post-facto is naive, and it works to their advantage.

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