You seemed to be operating under several flawed assumptions yourself.
Nothing I've said should have lead you to those assumptions unless that's where you wanted to go in the first place.
"Why should I have to contribute towards the road that you and your employer use exclusively?"
Why is it my employers responsibility to pay for my road? He doesn't use it.
"The people who want to travel somewhere are the ones who should foot the bill for the roads to get them there."
Right, so how do we do that while making sure the guy who owns the only road that not just I use but probably many others use, doesn't rake people over the coals because he knows he has you by the balls.
Only one person in this whole debate so far has come up with a third option to my "dilemma".. to ignore the issue is nothing more than demagoguery..
If people want free markets, real free markets to catch on with the public, then those who preach it need to well versed on the details of how they see it working and NOT the fluff.
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