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Mougywolf Mougywolf 26-30, M 16 Answers Apr 27, 2012

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The government needs to quit picking away at our freedom. America used to be the land of the free...these days you're free to do what the government says you can do.

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We need you now superman!
(My comment was much like your own.)

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oppose it at every turn, break Evey law I can that wont land me in jail. And do everything against except advocate the violent overthrow

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Why not? You'd be in great company with other armchair revolutionists.

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I am very unhappy with our government but I passively obey it, mostly because I feel powerless to do anything else.

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I passively dissent.

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I dislike it but passively obey it unless I want to do something it doesn't allow and I don't think I'll be caught.

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I am disappointed in the lack of progress. I dissent, but I follow the rules...

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Unhappy and passively obey about 75% of the time.

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I'm not happy with it but it's not as bad as it could be.



I dissent when I can, orchestrate direct actions when possible, and lend my voice to those who are mute. I'm not some non-voting paper tiger.

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I obey the laws, but I think there are entirely too many of them. I'm very unhappy with my government, but the most I do is talk about it, and vote.

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There are usually close to 50 percent of the population happy and the other half unhappy at any one time. If you're unhappy you just have to wait for the next election.

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No matter who is 'elected ' (USA) lawmakers are gradually eroding our freedoms away. The power streams in this world are always in the struggles between the political forces.



There will be no "second coming ".



When I contemplate the last 15 years.....its an ugly feeling.

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