Last Free Man in America: Meets the Synthetic Subversion

Last Free Man in America: Meets the Synthetic Subversion

by Gatewood Galbraith


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ISBN-13: 9781932672350
Publisher: Outskirts Press, Inc.
Publication date: 09/28/2004
Pages: 296
Sales rank: 394,466
Product dimensions: 6.50(w) x 9.12(h) x 1.06(d)

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But if you did not know me or what I stand for, and if I only had thirty seconds to get your vote, I would have only one question to ask you.

And if you answer this question one way, I�ve got your vote, no matter what else you think about me.

And if you answer this question the other way, I don�t think you understand the question.

The question is, �Did our forefathers� generation hit the beaches of Normandy and Iwo Jima so that we would have to pee in a cup to hold a job in America?�

The introduction of the police state methods into American culture is fatal to our freedom. The solutions to our problems lie in the words of Thomas Jefferson and Abraham Lincoln not Mr. Yamamoto or Helmut Schmidt.

And let�s get this straight. I�m not a racist and I�m not xenophobic. I�m a Nationalist.

I�ll trade with other countries, I�ll have lunch with them and I�ll play golf with them. But until they adopt a Constitution and Bill of Rights that gives their own citizens the rights and freedoms we enjoy, they are not our political peers.

If we abandon our principals of individual freedom and dignity, then our liberty and right to self-determination will abandon us. Our standard of living will fall and our jobs will evaporate as our children and grandchildren are thrown open to competition in the workplace with Four Billion other people on the planet, many of whom will work all day for a bowl of rice and a mat to sleep on.

That is not my vision for Kentucky and its citizens. My vision is rooted in the traditions of our Founding Fathers.

As to the size of government, Thomas Jefferson said, �The least government is the best government.�

As to the role of government, Abraham Lincoln said, �Prohibition strikes at the very heart of the principles on which this country was founded.�

And as far as having to pee in a cup to hold a job, I look to the words of General George Patton. �Screw you Nazis!�

What People are Saying About This

Paul Krassner

Gatewood Galbraith�s memoir has cured me of a fatal disease: I no longer believe that those who enter the political arena, and those who put into practice a humanistic philosophy, must be mutually exclusive. His pro-choice stance on all the important issues includes his choice to remain free. And the bonus is that he doesn�t take himself as seriously as his causes.
—author of Murder At the Conspiracy Convention and Other American Absurdities and editor of Magic Mushrooms and Other Highs: From Toad Slime to Ecstasy

Willie Nelson

My pal Gatewood has finally written the book I�ve been waiting to read. He�s smart, funny and he speaks the truth. He�s a champion for the farmers and the working men and women of the world and I hope they buy his book. I recommend it.

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