Comment: I don't worship government.

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I don't worship government.

I believe in a Creator who endowed human beings with unalienable rights. The founders and framers based their notion of unalienable rights on natural rights, and belief in a Creator. And like them, I'm fully aware of the potential evils that even limited government represents, but thus far, I'm not aware of a better alternative. If I thought anarchy could afford a more just, equitable alternative, I would advocate for it.

I used to live a in small city in Northern California where many civic leaders were openly anarchist. They supported a carbon tax, "smart" grid, and other radical environmentalist policies that are extreme in their ability to control people. They were very nice people to socialize with, but controlling. So when I listen to your theoretical arguments supporting a "free" anarchist society, they do not comport with the policies anarchists implement when they have power.

You express frustration that I won't stay "on topic". So I'm not supposed to point out what I believe to be flaws in your argument? Anarchists seem to support free thinking amongst themselves but complain when others do it. (Rand Paul: One person can make a difference) (Fast and Furious hearing)