Comment: Not wandering can be a goal.

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Not wandering can be a goal.

"My postings of the articles other writers such as Hamilton's Counterfeit Capitalism and others decrying the Coup of Hamilton and Marshall."

My references to lies has to do with specific things specified, not anything under the sun.

I use quotes, since I do not want to willfully wander away from what you actually publish.

"You don't even know but you are presenting the very same argument that I have and do present, but you are too busy straining at gnats while swallowing camels."

That is called spin.

I don't do that, and what I actually did do was to call you on a false (dangerously false) statement. That is what I did.

Your straw man does this:

"You don't even know but you are presenting the very same argument that I have and do present, but you are too busy straining at gnats while swallowing camels."

This, on the other hand, is dangerously false (in my offered opinion):

" the jurisdiction of the Constitution as a binding force was never considered outside the character of the Sovereignty of the States."

I have, in fact, expanded on my opinion concerning how that is dangerously false.

My supposed Man of Straw (the Man of Straw that you create) does this:

"You don't even know but you are presenting the very same argument that I have and do present, but you are too busy straining at gnats while swallowing camels."

That is designed to expose dangerously false statements or is that designed to inflame someone?

I'm not playing the game of being inflamed by someone who may be designing a Man of Straw so as to inflame the target of the Man of Straw.

"I am not only an Anti-Statist"

Not knowing what you mean by that, I can ask.

What do you mean when you choose the term "Anti-Statist"?

I am for any State (legal fiction) that is a voluntary government employed by the volunteers so as to collect the power required to defend liberty against criminals, or enemies, from without and from within that voluntary government of those volunteers.

So, in that context, I am not "Anti-State" and if you are, then in that context, you are dangerous to Liberty, in my opinion.

"an avid enemy of all that Hamilton and the other Monarchist represented or supported"

I don't know what to make of that either. Hamilton is dead. Currently there are a lot of dangerous people who appear to think that all government is bad and so they parade around as being Anti-State as if to then create a false version of anarchism whereby those false versions of anarchism are somehow against volunteering to defend liberty in any way whatsoever.

There are plenty of so called anarchists who understood how volunteers can volunteer to defend liberty when needed, in history, and today. Currently the enemies of Liberty are authorized to run criminal governments like that one created in 1788 by that abomination called The Constitution.

Getting back to The Constitution itself, can hardly be considered a goal, since The Bill of Rights is much preferred, in my opinion, as a rule book, and one that opposes the other, former, book of "RULERS" (interpreters who spin The Constitution into meaning whatever they care to create for the occasion).

"You will find, in my writings, that I am hold the opinion that The Federalist Party, the Whig Party and the Radical Republican Party were nothing more than the same Party with different names but with the exact same goals, those goals were finally realized in the 1860s with Lincoln's Coup and the massive over-throw of the Republic."

I think, contrary to what I think you think (which is a guess on my part at this point), that The Constitution marks the point at which there was a massive over-throw of a Republic - if ever one exists.

What is a Republic according to you, and how is a Republic designed to work, according to you, or according to anyone else for that matter?

I have my own concept in mind, and my ideas are expressed in other words as well as my own, so I can answer the questions asked in more than one competitive way, to then compare with any answer that may or many not be offered by you, or anyone else.

Joe