His four years as a 30-something college student in the Seattle area give the clearest picture of the obsessive political ideology of Monfort, who carried a copy of the Constitution in his breast pocket and saw himself as a modern-day version of a Revolutionary War-era patriot.
The article describes at length his intense objections to the War in Iraq and the Bush-era initiatives which many viewed as anti-freedom. He was one of those guys who can't seem to turn it off. Once he got ranting about one of his favorite complaints, he became overbearing and seemed a bit unhinged.
I know some people like that, how about you?
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