Comment: Actually, I am not finding

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Actually, I am not finding

Actually, I am not finding those arguments that persuasive either.

However, the argument against Feinstein's juvenile position is simple. Kids don't have the capacity to contract to perform sexual acts, nor can they be subjected to abuse. And no parent would contract on behalf of a kid to engage in sexual acts. Then there is the issue of the age of the kid. A 17-year-old is very different from a 9-year-old, where a parent could certainly and have done so, agreed to have their 17-year-old date and even marry another kid, or older person.

The right to defend yourself is absolute. And the means is by any tool necessary, provided that such tool does not present a clear and present danger to others not involved with the dispute.

So that is and should be the standard. So a nuclear bomb is not included, because it would harm others not involved in the dispute.

If you disagree with me on anything you are not a real libertarian...