What is your counsel?

Question: Collectively, what should we be doing?

Josh Lieb: I don’t like collectivism, I just . . . I mean . . . I . . . I don’t think we should be doing anything collectively. I think it’s just . . . it’s just sort of . . . We have to, but I think it is kind of death to the human spirit. I think we need . . . Collectively, we have to . . . See I’m . . . I’m so full of shit ‘cause I say it like I’m . . . “blah, blah”, but I don’t mean that at all. We need collectively, though, to want to reassert our individual rights more; and collectively to tell government and everyone just to back off and just let me do my own thing. That . . . that needs to be our goal.



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