Comment: Deacon, are we talking personal philosophy and idealogy here,

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Deacon, are we talking personal philosophy and idealogy here,

or are we actually talking LAW? Will your argument hold up in court?

Simply because a law is rarely enforced does not make it NOT A LAW. Jaywalking is a law that is VERY RARELY enforced, but it is still a LAW.

By law, if you own and drive a vehicle, you must also have auto insurance. Are you saying that that is also NOT a law simply because certain people like illegal aliens refuse to get auto insurance and those people haven't been penalized yet?

Which brings to the table the topic of immigration. By your logic of; "no one is in servitude by virtue of birth to a gov ,corp
or person" - are you also saying that these people haven't broken any LAWS?

So is not paying taxes against the law?

"all that will be done is you will not get gov funds for college"

Really??? So if he chooses to in the future, he can still obtain a government job???
"Registration is the law. A man who fails to register may, if prosecuted and convicted, face a fine of up to $250,000 and/or a prison term of up to five years."
http://www.sss.gov/FSbenefits.htm

Who are you to say that they won't start enforcing this law(the draft) in the very near future and start making examples out of citizens who have failed to register - specifically with talk about Iran? Ron Paul mentioned that the draft started to look like a very real possibility within the next couple of years. Why did so many flee to Canada and other countries during the Vietnam war to avoid the draft? Simply out of fear of possibly being prosecuted???

Opinion is opinion and fact is fact.