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When I respond, or seek responses, I think of the Internet Republic and the people [[whump]] and the places who have made our water world Eden brave and free and fair. Permitted, required, and impossible. Stand alone or stand with, whose choice to what degree [[Thn/]] O[[thn/]]ne water world Eden under "We the people" – created by whom?

Dear jerry & California

So sorry to be delayed. Take yeart, you are number 3 on my list toward becoming more independent.

How are you? Peace? Full? What more could youi want?

What more could you want to do to get people to voluntarily move closer toward the 100% independence?

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xref: up all night here, and Iowa door to doors in your neck of the woods Screen Shot 2011-12-31 at 12.42.45 AM {Notice how well who captured the ‘Iowa’ look and feel of the home owners?}

xref: up all night here, and Iowa door to doors in your neck of the woods Screen Shot 2011-12-31 at 12.42.45 AM {Notice how well who captured the ‘Iowa’ look and feel of the home owners?}

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xref: up all night here, and Iowa door to doors in your neck of the woods Screen Shot 2011-12-31 at 12.42.45 AM

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When we, the U.S., start requiring “License, registration, and insurance” from anyone who buys US Weapons; and when we, the U.S.., make sure all drones have an Apple gravity sensor, mission impossible-style self destruct function; and when WE, the U.S., stop trying to colonize Afghanistan – THEN if and when who dares attack us, the U.S., the full force of response Ron Paul (RP, or REP) would use is merited. Meanwhile, whose ulterior profit motives undermine our U.S. Constitutional motives. Why do we have a constitution? Why not simply let market forces take care of everything? Were Betsy Ross, and Martha Washington on to something? We failed to offer a performance bond in our last, lost chess game with Iran, France and Brasil; xref; enrichment questions for extra credit at the end of whose chapter, or curriculum ‘unit’. Screen Shot 2011-12-31 at 12.22.53 AM

When we, the U.S., start requiring “License, registration, and insurance” from anyone who buys US Weapons; and when we, the U.S.., make sure all drones have an Apple gravity sensor, mission impossible-style self destruct function; and when WE, the U.S., stop trying to colonize Afghanistan – THEN if and when who dares attack us, the U.S., the full force of response Ron Paul (RP, or REP) would use is merited. Meanwhile, whose ulterior profit motives undermine our U.S. Constitutional motives. Why do we have a constitution? Why not simply let market forces take care of everything? Were Betsy Ross, and Martha Washington on to something? We failed to offer a performance bond in our last, lost chess game with Iran, France and Brasil; xref; enrichment questions for extra credit at the end of whose chapter, or curriculum ‘unit’. Screen Shot 2011-12-31 at 12.22.53 AM

PRIOR VERSION before making the communion i cation more personal by using he second person, personal pro-noun [thn/]…

When the U.S. starts requiring “License, registration, and insurance” from anyone who buys US Weapons; and when the U.S. makes sure all drones have an Apple gravity sensor, mission impossible-style self destruct function; and when the U.S. stops trying to colonize Afghanistan – THEN if and when who dares attack US, the full force of response Ron Paul would use is merited. Meanwhile, whose ulterior profit motives undermine our U.S. Constitutional motives. Why do we have a constitution? Why not simply let market forces take care of everything? Were Betsy Ross, and Martha Washington on to something? We failed to offer a performance bond in our lost chess game with Iran, France and Brasil; xref; enrichment questions for extra credit at the end of whose chapter, or curriculum ‘unit’. Screen Shot 2011-12-31 at 12.22.53 AM

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When the U.S. starts requiring "License, registration, and insurance" from anyone who buys US Weapons, and when the U.S. makes sure all drones have an Apple gravity sensor, mission impossible self destruct function, and when the U.S. stops trying to colonize Afghanistan, THEN if and when who dares attack US, the full force of response Ron Paul would use is merited. Meanwhile, whose ulterior profit motives undermine our U.S. Constitutional motives. Why do we have a constitution? Why not simply let market forces take care of everything? Were Betsy Ross, and Martha Washington on to something? competing Iran in logic Screen Shot 2011-12-31 at 12.22.53 AM

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“The Corn Act of 2013” – each agricultural district shall i n d e p e n d e n t l y set, by referendum ballot… xref: Minever Cheevy… but usually you, REP, get very positive reviews for being respectful, not scornful. oh, ‘corn’, ha, […] ha! Good one NYTimes.com

Paul Assails Rivals’ Criticism of His Policy on Iran

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xref: Minever Cheevy… but usually you, REP, get very positive reviews for being respectful, not scornful. oh, ‘corn’, ha, […] ha! Good one NYTimes.com

Therefore, “The Corn Act of 2013”

…Resolved the ratio of average planted in corn divided by the total acreage shall not be less than __%.

xref: the open space amendment. [thnk/]
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Remember? Each agricultural district sets their own ratio by referendum based upon the scientific evidence, and the vote of the community as to what the carrying capacity for their jurisdiction is.
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“The Corn Act of 2013” – each agricultural district shall i n d e p e n d e n t l y set, by referendum ballot… xref: Minever Cheevy… but usually you, REP, get very positive reviews for being respectful, not scornful. oh, ‘corn’, ha, […] ha! Good one NYTimes.com

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Paul. Ron Paul. Vote Ron Paul so US arms sales meet DMV standards – License, registration, insurance, THEN you may purchase $11 billion worth of arms from U.S. manufacturers [[thock]]

Weapons Sales to Iraq Move Ahead Despite U.S. Worries
By MICHAEL S. SCHMIDT and ERIC SCHMITT
Published: December 28, 2011
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BAGHDAD — The Obama administration is moving ahead with the sale of nearly $11 billion worth of arms and training for the Iraqi military despite concerns that Prime Minister Nuri Kamal al-Maliki is seeking to consolidate authority, create a one-party Shiite-dominated state and abandon the American-backed power-sharing government.

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Paul. Ron Paul. Vote Ron Paul so US arms sales meet DMV standards – License, registration, insurance, THEN you may purchase $11 billion worth of arms from U.S. manufacturers [[thock]]

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Second opinion: door to door with a canvasser’s hat, with a dog, on the side walks of Iowa Screen Shot 2011-12-28 at 8.19.17 PM

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Second opinion: door to door with a canvasser's hat, with a dog, on the side walks of Iowa Screen Shot 2011-12-28 at 8.19.17 PM

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More correlations Screen Shot 2011-12-30 at 10.23.32 AM

“Say Boots,” “Booooooots,” xref: “Booo!”s from the audience at the second Republican debate re: “How would you feel if your country was invaded?” Also xref: “Placing sanctions on another country’s energy exports is an act of war,”

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