Comment: So whom do I need to pay...

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So whom do I need to pay...

...to buy my personal ownership? I didn't ask to be born, nor to be fed and nurtured to adulthood. I didn't sign a contract asking to be cared for, so why do I owe money on a contract for my personal ownership that I didn't sign. If you give me a birthday gift, and I accept it, can you then demand payment for the gift, and if I don't pay, you claim ownership of me? Isn't that like saying I owe taxes for social security even though I didn't ask for it, nor do I want it. Shouldn't I be free to choose the contracts I'm bound by?

Free market capitalism isn't right for America because it works better. It's right because it's free (and it works better).