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Summum ius summa iniuria--More law, less justice

13 April 2011

Tom Woods shows that there is no difference between statist left and right

...On the subject of nullification, using MSNBC leftist pundit Rachel Maddow as an example.

Remember: National socialist = socialist = nationalist = neocon = statist. There is no difference between mainstream Republicans and Democrats. They are dark and light of the same color, flip sides of the same coin.

This is the main reason why I don't vote where I live, and donate money to Ron and Rand Paul, Mises Institute, and


 "In a discussion whose every syllable one could have predicted in advance, left-nationalist Rachel Maddow covers nullification, and you’ll never guess: it’s an idea only “racists” and “neo-Confederates” (there’s that agitprop term again) would support!

Of course, her viewers are too delicate to have their worldviews confused by any mention of northern nullification of the Fugitive Slave Act of 1850, or the fact that South Carolina, as it seceded on December 20, 1860, listed northern nullification among its grievances. I thought this was supposed to be a “neo-Confederate” idea! We certainly can’t mention that Ohio’s legislature declared in 1820 that a majority of Americans accepted the principle of state nullification. And so on and so forth. I am beginning to suspect Rachel has not read my book on this subject."

Here is the rest of his blogpost on

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