So, Nicole tells us that she is wont to “burst into. . . political rants (sic).”
This section is going to be about the political philosophy of Joe and Nicole Naugler. The various subsections will document what they’ve had to say, at various times, about various aspects of government.
This sort of sums it up, though.
Apart from the fact that the US government is not an individual with a checking account, and that the US government has never once defaulted on any of its financial obligations, it seems a little disingenuous to be pointing fingers when you’re living in a glass garden shed.
But to summarize: Nicole and Joe don’t like government. In fact, I have yet to find a single aspect of government that they think is okay, except when they perceive themselves as being somehow threatened, at which point they typically begin to threaten to use government.
As I go through these pages about government, I do want to stress that there is no crime in having a particular political viewpoint. There are good, decent Americans who are liberal, and conservative, and libertarian, and every shade of gray in between. The beauty of our system is that we all get to have our say without fear of reprisal.
My sole purpose in documenting all this is to show folks who might be tempted to feel sorry for these two people, or worse, to give them money, exactly what they believe in (and what they don’t believe in).
Articles with more detail
Belted , which has a transcript of the seat belt video
Crocodiles, about the military