The Apocalypse Won’t Be As Bad As You Think

Posted on January 25, 2013 8:00 am

According to Hoyt [High Praise!] has a (relatively) optimistic outlook on post-government-collapse America:

When the dust settles, then we’ll see what functions of government we can’t do without. I’m betting very few. Mutual defense. Territorial integrity. Keeping the peace between the States.

For the rest we’ll have to go back to learning that individual humans are not some sort of monsters, needing a boot on their necks to behave like decent beings.

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4 Responses to “The Apocalypse Won’t Be As Bad As You Think”

  1. Idahoser says:

    if we survive the dark ages, this would likely be true. I’m far from convinced these dark ages will be survivable if you have only two legs.

  2. Writer says:

    The exact reason the Second Amendment is necessary.

  3. Carpenter says:

    well I want Obama to fail. I want the Barackalypse to be BAD!

    I pray that the US Economy collapses so that Obama is deemed to be a total failure forever. And I hope that the current economic downturn carries over into the Hillary Clinton Whitehouse. I want that Evil Bitch to fail too even if it means the total collapse of America!

    And let’s get real here. America doesn’t even exist anymore. Not as founded it doesn’t. Our Constitution has been used to wipe the azz of every Commie-Liberal-Socialist in this once great land. It stinks! They ruined the Constitution.

    Its time to start over.

  4. Oppo says:

    “I think we have more machinery of governmet than is necessary, too many parasites living on the labor of the industrious.”
    -Jefferson, letter to William Ludlow

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