Eff's Rambles (Archive)

1/04/2005

Dissent

Since this has been repeated so much, I shall state here out of a feeling of necessity that any act intended to be beneficial to one's country can be called patriotic, and that an act which might do more harm and be of less benefit to a person's country than what occurs under present policy may be called unpatriotic; whichever it is, it is a subjective term, thus the notion that dissent is automatically patriotic is illogical nonsense. Dissent is as good as its intent and as it compares to the level of evil of the status quo it stands in opposition to. Dissent is not inherently patriotic. And, to be frank, I do not much care if you are patriotic.

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