Re: terms

Sylvia T. Paldhan (
Fri, 04 Oct 1996 16:00:48 -0700

> >: "Truth is mighty and will prevail."
> Do you mean that what you wrote is TRUTH? THE truth? Aren't you
> clever! It's a pity none can understand you. Your silly allusions to
> "rightwing" and "libertarian", however, are clear and cogent. And
> telling. They place you, girlie, in a camp way away from human
> understanding, in a world of gobbledigook, geists, spooks and Jewish
> sleight-of-hand. That you take yourself seriously is beyond belief.
> Get yourself OUT of this NG which is about politics.
> Albert

Well, sonny, I just push the reply button, and it goes whence it came, in
the first place, and in the second place, liberty is a part of political

The literate in whatever group you represent -if any- can read Szasz
to know why the Therapeutic State is a threat to all politics other
than their own party line in totalitarianism. Anyone concerned with
politics or liberty, at all, needs to know the evidence presented

Since I'm on the Republican National Committee (member, but,
not speaking for the party), I am hardly the one to chew out about
"rightwing" aspersion. Her reference to my ground as "libertarian" was
acceptable to me, although I do not belong to the party of that name.

Lastly, boysiekins, the signature file is from the Latin Proverbs:
"Veritas est potentas, et prevailabit", or something like that. I prefer
the most easily understood language for the most readers, and trust that
the ones who could comprehend it (probably over 35, those younger are not
responsible for what passed/es for their education) will also correctly
attribute it.

"Truth is mighty and will prevail."