Ticket To Rights (spoiler)


Ku-Klux rednecks actually made bonfires of Beatles albums in 1966 and invited children. (link) It’s getting better, thanks to Libertarian Party spoiler votes, so here are some updated lyrics to commemorate:

Ticket to Rights, (spoiler)

I think I’m gonna be glad
I think it’s todaaay, yeah
The fascists driving me mad
Are goin’ awaaay,
They’ve got the thickest of hides
They’ve got the thickest of hi-i-ides
We’ve got a ticket to rights, and we’ll be there!


They say that old Gee Oh Pee
Is bringing us down, yeah,
And we could never be free
While they were around, yeah
They’ve got the thickest of hides
They’ve the thickest of hi-i-ides
We’ve got a ticket to rights, and we’ll be there!

bridge

I know they hate for us to get high
They oughtta think twice, shoudn’t point guns at meeee
Of course we’ll soon be wavin’ goodbye
They shoulda thought twice, shoudn’t burn rights you seeee


They say that old Gee Oh Pee
Is bringing us down, yeah,
And we could never be free
While they were around, yeah
They’ve got the thickest of hides
They’ve the thickest of hi-i-ides
We’ve got a ticket to rights, and we’ll be there!

My vote will be there
My vote will be there
My vote will be there
My vote will be there
My vote will be there
My vote will be there

WINNING!
We’ll be back. Anarco communist and anarco AfD infiltrators can’t keep us down for long.

Good reading: Political Competition, Theory and Practice, by John Roemer (Free Sample)
The free sample leaves out the challenging math and discouraging price tag, yet provides a look at how people paid to run serious political analysis approach the subject in the 21st Century. Johnny Von Neumann’s game theory has evolved beyond “Nuke Russia Now” to illuminate political competition balked by the Three-Party Problem.(link) The author is not libertarian, and like all funded, grants-consuming establishment elites, equivocates “ideal” with “financed at gunpoint.” Yet libertarians can exploit his breakdown of any party into militants, opportunists and reformists (winning, policy, publicity). The author’s blind spot blurs the definition of winning and fogs the fact that libertarians join the first two and are frustrated by the third. We seek to minimize the initiation of force, so winning boils down to changing laws by helping voters declare against coercive policies. (Getting major seats is chimerical since The Nixon anti-Libertarian law has rigged the system since 1971, link). Voters therefore exploit libertarian spoiler vote leverage to cause entrenched soft machines to change their planks, policies and laws. THIS is reform, and is frustrated by clowns pushing anarco-X versions of communo-fascist socialism under color of “getting attention.” The sample is worth perusing, and you can’t beat the price.

My Financial bloghttps://libertrans.blogspot.com/

My Brazilian bloghttp://expatriotas.blogspot.com/

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Republican policies cause major crashes

Find out the juicy details behind the mother of all economic collapses. Prohibition and The Crash–Cause and Effect in 1929 is available in two languages on Amazon Kindle, each at the cost of a pint of craft beer.

Brazilian Sci-fi from 1926 featuring the usual beautiful daughter of a scientist touting prohibition and racial collectivism in America’s Black President 2228 by Monteiro Lobato, translated by J Henry Phillips (link)

Three dollars on Amazon Kindle

Tagged: leveraged, libertarian, mimesis, parasitism, political economy and ethical values, Spoiler clout, individual rights, winning

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