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Yet Again: Central Planning

Kentucky state senator Joey Pelton at 4:27:

It's a great privilege to be here today to talk about something we can push -- jobs. That's what it's all about, jobs. And [jobs] are what government should be about.

Drug legalization promoters, recognize the words you speak, the words you receive and their manifestations, your acts, will accomplish one thing: moving a private affair into government, a transference that will continue transformation of both entities -- the private person/the individual and the government -- into reversed roles, their unnatural roles: the government person says X, the individual does X: order giver, order doer: master, slave.

Legalization promoters, learn the difference between legalization and decriminalization. Pay attention to words so that you can understand their significance.

Said Pelton at 5:20: [Drug legalization-decriminalization] is not a democrat and republican issue. This [issue] is an issue [we citizens elected to our positions by our fellow citizens] can do to put [our citizens] to work. (DPer: Notice the role reversal.)

State secretary of agriculture Jamie Comber at 13:46: That's one of the roles. ... This is going to be a working commission. This isn't going to be a board that sits and meets and not does anything. This is going to be a commission that will try to create jobs.

Pelton is right. The issue isn't political. This issue is what all issues are: discernment between freedom and slavery and living the state you want. Let us learn words and their significance. Let us trust ourselves, our ears and our minds. Believe what you hear is, yes, what you hear.

School's fine. Just don't let it get in the way of thinking. -Me

Study nature, not books. -Walton Forest Dutton, MD, in his 1916 book whose subject is origin (therefore what all healing methods involve and count on), simple and powerful.