Sunday, July 26, 2009

Live free or die

Any place where a guy named Doobie can walk around freely in his kilt and shades with an AR-15 and a Braveheart claymore on his back is a place I want to be. Preferably next door, because you know that guy's neighborhood is the safest on the planet. (Not to mention the humdinger block parties he probably throws.)

Seriously, though. These people are doing it right. Keeping it light, while keeping it real. Making freedom fun while living out the ideals back home. Like Woodstock without the hippies, Marxism and B.O.

Read the article, then check out the Free State Project website.

(Kudos also to the Associated Press, yet again, for some solid, unbiased reporting on life in the Obama Era.)

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