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suggested candidates to vote for November 6th

South Dakota:
[] Dan Kaiser House Rep. Dist. 3
[] Jon Hansen House Rep. Dist. 25
[] Brian Liss House Rep. Dist. 13
[] Brock Greenfield House Rep Dist 2
[] Issac Latterell House Rep Dist 6
[] Jenna Haggar House Rep Dist 10
[] Manny Steele House Rep Dist 12
[] Stave Nelson House Rep Dist 19
[] Lance Russel House Rep Dist 30
[] Mike Verchio House Rep Dist 30
[] Don Kopp House Rep Dist 35
[] Betty Olson House Rep Dist 28b
[] Jim Stalzer House Rep Dist 11
[] Tim Begalka Senate Dist 4
[] Ernie Otten JR Senate Dist 6
[] Phil Jensen Senate Dist 33

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I made a mistake when I gave

I made a mistake when I gave you that list. It should be Stace Nelson instead of Stave Nelson. Thanks Drew

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If anyone would be interested

If anyone would be interested in helping Dan's campaign please visit his website at www.kaiserforhouse.com.

suggested candidates to vote for November 6th

South Dakota:
[] Dan Kaiser House Rep. Dist. 3
[] Jon Hansen House Rep. Dist. 25
[] Brian Liss House Rep. Dist. 13
[] Brock Greenfield House Rep Dist 2
[] Issac Latterell House Rep Dist 6
[] Jenna Haggar House Rep Dist 10
[] Manny Steele House Rep Dist 12
[] Stave Nelson House Rep Dist 19
[] Lance Russel House Rep Dist 30
[] Mike Verchio House Rep Dist 30
[] Don Kopp House Rep Dist 35
[] Betty Olson House Rep Dist 28b
[] Jim Stalzer House Rep Dist 11
[] Tim Begalka Senate Dist 4
[] Ernie Otten JR Senate Dist 6
[] Phil Jensen Senate Dist 33

Please research these candidates for yourself

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Waste of time.

Any solution that involves dealing with or trying to use the government is automatically a non solution. How long will it take to learn this lesson?

What do you mean by "Its a

What do you mean by "Its a waste of time" We must elect Liberty candidates if our Republic is to survive.

I'm sorry but what we have

I'm sorry but what we have today is a problem with violence, more precisely a small gang of people that calls itself the government and is asserting the authority to make up arbitrary rules and enforce them through violence, and unfortunately violence only breads more violence therefor it can never be a solution therefor neither can the political process.

The only solution is actually freedom, people understanding that they and they alone are responsible for their own freedom and if they aren't going to protect it no one else will.

It's not which government is the problem but it's the idea of involuntary government itself.

Forgive my intrusion, but I

Forgive my intrusion, but I am reading Thomas Paine's Common Sence right now and I was wondering, have you read that document and do you have an opinion of his government theory? Thanks

I haven't but if it involves

I haven't but if it involves a small gang of people using force and violence to rob from other people and make up arbitrary rules and enforce them through violence I can't see how I could find such a theory appealing or a solution.

His pamphlet was written in

His pamphlet was written in 1776. seems TP deems some form of government as necessary to take care of wickedness in society. He says this as his first paragraph:

SOME writers have so confounded society with government, as to leave little or no distinction between them; whereas they are not only different, but have different origins. Society is produced by our wants, and government by our wickedness; the former promotes our happiness POSITIVELY by uniting our affections, the latter NEGATIVELY by restraining our vices. The one encourages intercourse, the other creates distinctions. The first is a patron, the last a punisher.

and this shortly thereafter where he advocates quickly changing representation. :

If the colony continue encreasing, it will become necessary to augment the number of representatives, and that the interest of every part of the colony may be attended to, it will be found best to divide the whole into convenient parts, each part sending its proper number: and that the ELECTED might never form to themselves an interest separate from the ELECTORS, prudence will point out the propriety of having elections often: because as the ELECTED might by that means return and mix again with the general body of the ELECTORS in a few months, their fidelity to the public will be secured by the prudent reflection of not making a rod for themselves. And as this frequent interchange will establish a common interest with every part of the community, they will mutually and naturally support each other, and on this, (not on the unmeaning name of king,) depends the STRENGTH OF GOVERNMENT, AND THE HAPPINESS OF THE GOVERNED.

TP is also the one that said:Society in every state is a blessing, but Government, even in its best state, is but a necessary evil; in its worst state an intolerable one: for when we suffer, or are exposed to the same miseries BY A GOVERNMENT, which we might expect in a country WITHOUT GOVERNMENT, our calamity is heightened by reflecting that we furnish the means by which we suffer

http://www.ushistory.org/paine/commonsense/sense2.htm if you want to check it out. Libertarianism / Anarchism / and all if that is new to me so I am still trying to figure things out. I'm on page one so I am not an expert…just trying to figure out where I want to end up on my political philosophy.

Some form of involuntary

Some form of involuntary government is not necessary, in fact, this very idea is precisely the problem.

We want every other service or good being provided on a voluntary basis why the exception to protection of property and dispute resolution? There simply is no good valid reason to have such an exception. None what so ever.

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Is there such a thing as

Is there such a thing as voluntary government, or is it all involuntary? Sorry to be so ignorant. Thanks!

What do you think the answer

What do you think the answer would be if I asked anyone 200 years ago if there is such a thing as no slavery?

How about if I asked is there such a thing as no king in charge of a country?

No there is no such thing, yet.

I am thinking perhaps Thomas

I am thinking perhaps Thomas Paines answer is that even if it were to start that way there wold end up being government by the choice of the people:

In order to gain a clear and just idea of the design and end of government, let us suppose a small number of persons settled in some sequestered part of the earth, unconnected with the rest; they will then represent the first peopling of any country, or of the world. In this state of natural liberty, society will be their first thought. A thousand motives will excite them thereto; the strength of one man is so unequal to his wants, and his mind so unfitted for perpetual solitude, that he is soon obliged to seek assistance and relief of another, who in his turn requires the same. Four or five united would be able to raise a tolerable dwelling in the midst of a wilderness, but one man might labour out the common period of life without accomplishing any thing; when he had felled his timber he could not remove it, nor erect it after it was removed; hunger in the mean time would urge him to quit his work, and every different want would call him a different way. Disease, nay even misfortune, would be death; for, though neither might be mortal, yet either would disable him from living, and reduce him to a state in which he might rather be said to perish than to die.

Thus necessity, like a gravitating power, would soon form our newly arrived emigrants into society, the reciprocal blessings of which would supersede, and render the obligations of law and government unnecessary while they remained perfectly just to each other; but as nothing but Heaven is impregnable to vice, it will unavoidably happen that in proportion as they surmount the first difficulties of emigration, which bound them together in a common cause, they will begin to relax in their duty and attachment to each other: and this remissness will point out the necessity of establishing some form of government to supply the defect of moral virtue.

Some convenient tree will afford them a State House, under the branches of which the whole Colony may assemble to deliberate on public matters. It is more than probable that their first laws will have the title only of Regulations and be enforced by no other penalty than public disesteem. In this first parliament every man by natural right will have a seat.

If you would consider volunterring your thoughts on his above theory I'd be interested in hearing them. Thanks!

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AWESOME! Dan Kiaser has my support!

Link to Dan Kaiser's website

Link to Dan Kaiser's website www.kaiserforhouse.com.