Thursday, October 10, 2013

Doing the jobs D.C. shouldn't be doing?

Don't look now... if this kind of thing catches on, people might start to wonder why we have money held hostage by Uncle Sam every paycheck (a function, incidentally, not affected by the so-called 'shutdown'...):
Most everybody complains about the government shutdown, but Chris Cox is actually doing something about it.
With many government operations shuttered by the political standoff in Washington, Cox took a lawn mower to the National Mall this week and began cutting grass areas between the Lincoln and World War II memorials.
"These are our memorials. Do they think that we're just going to let them go to hell?'' Cox told Washington radio station 99.1 in a story recounted by Columbia, S.C., TV station WIS.
Cox carried a blue South Carolina state flag as he pushed a standard gasoline-powered mower. 

This is the attitude it will take to reassert our freedom from Leviathan: that of organizing and doing things for ourselves instead of looking to a sort of secular god to provide for our needs.

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