Comment: You believe incorrectly that speeding laws prevent speeding?

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You believe incorrectly that speeding laws prevent speeding?

Or do I misunderstand your question? I wasn't sure if it was an actual question or the beginning of taking the opposing side?

Speeding laws do not prevent speeding. They enable the police state.

If laws actually altered human behavior, then "enforcement" of the laws would become unnecessary.

And even if it resulted in a few more accidents (which there is no evidence to support that), it certainly would reduce the police state. Which is more important to you? Your car, or your freedom?

But I didn't want this thread to become a debate on anarcho/minarcho mindsets. I just couldn't resist when you asked the question.

And I believe all three are equal in importance. And I also believe that if we achieved even one of them, it would open the doors to achieving the rest.

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