Comment: That's what I used to think too.

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That's what I used to think too.

Now, I'm not so sure.

He's a voluntarist who thinks you can opt out of the society you live in while living under the umbrella of security it provides. That's called being a free loader, living in a free society while others pay your way.

Not all taxation is theft, that is if you're willing to pay to defend people's liberty. Some aren't, and consider that theft, but until we live in a world filled with perfect people who all agree on what a perfect world is, justice will be served.

Some just don't want to pay for it, and some can't win the debate when it comes to defining justice. They give up, throw up their hands and try to blame injustice on government rather than those who beat them in the debate.

Eventually they end up filling their time by calling people retards and idiots rather than winning the debate against all those "retards and idiots", imaging how they're going to opt out or destroy the people they hate.

It takes eternal vigilance, yet each of us is only afforded a short time to try. Is Ron Paul keeping the peace, serving justice, and defending liberty, or trying to opt out...

Like I said; I'm just not sure anymore.