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Anyone want to move to Canada....and roll the dice?

Canada has "Freemen"

When Mika Rasila got pulled over by Niagara police in January for driving his white Pontiac Montana without licence plates, he was ready with a defence: he doesn?t need plates because he?s a Freeman on the Land.

A Freeman on the Land, he explained in a letter he tried to hand the patrol officer through the window, is someone who has revoked his consent to be governed. He has opted out of Canada so the laws don?t apply to him.

Watch our fingers...the cell door is closing

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good for him

There was a day, many years ago, when automobiles and driving were not licensed, back when we were Free.

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I just heard Randy Quaid and his wife....

....are seeking "political asylum" in Canada because of a warrant for their arrest in California. Based on the statements Quaid has made, he may soon be headed for an asylum of a different kind.

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Maybe there's something to it?

Look at Hollywood's attack on a former beauty queen who expressed her objections to homosexuality. Hollywood is a sleazy place.

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a few days ago they were on TV.... she was skipping down the street while holding his hand

She is a Canadian citizen so they released them.

IF you can see the video...the second video will show Randy reading a poem to his dog.

They do seem to be off the rails.

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