brain sizes: Einstein's and women's

Dan Holzman holzman at
Tue Sep 3 07:56:27 EST 2002

In article <6vWc9.41249$Ic7.3077615 at>,
John Knight <jwknight at> wrote:
>When our Christian Founding Forefathers rebelled against King George because
>of the high tax rate, the taxes were 1 1/2%, and they considered a rebellion
>against such a high tax to be justified.
>They threw the "Boston Tea Party" and went to war against the greatest power
>on Earth because of a 1 1/2% tax.
>What do you think their reaction would be if they found out that WE,
>ourselves (with a little help from you STUPID jews), now have a 43% tax

The rallying cry of the time was "Taxation without representation is
tryanny!"  No doubt, the founders would think we are very foolish to
allow ourselves to be taxed at so high a rate, but they would note
that we keep electing people (by and large Christian people, it is
worth noting -- no Jew has ever been President of the United States
and few have been elected to congress) who tax us at those rates, and
we're within our rights to elect to be taxed.

Not that your response had anything to do with the fact that
Christianity teaches that to rebel against a secular government is to
rebel against God, and the Founders rejected that belief.

>There's no way for a "meeting of the minds", Holzman.  

Since I'm the only one of us bringing a mind to the table, this comes
to me as no revelation, John.

>You jews are a completely pathetic breed of losers and beggars and whiners.  

Amusingly enough, you're the one doing all the whining in this thread.
I'm just quite amusedly pointing out how full of shit you are, and how
desperate to place responsibility for your own failings anywhere
except where it belongs.

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