Comment: I knew I was going to get into trouble for attributing the words

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I knew I was going to get into trouble for attributing the words

"if it feels good do it." to Tucker.

More than once I thought, you should not write those words. He did not say those words.

I take them back. He did not say those specific words. He said these words:

“They [anarchist] acknowledge and defend the right of any man and woman, or any men and women, to love each other for as long or as short a time as they can, will, or may.”

You ask?

“I don't know what this "have a right" stuff is, in that context, it is meaningless to me.”

I repeat:

Tucker says “defend the RIGHT of any man and woman”

The reason I bring up rights is because Tucker brings up the "RIGHT" of “every man and woman…to love each other for as long or as short a time as they can, will, or may.”

God says a man is to CLEAVE to his wife.

Tucker says man can love as long or short as he can, will, or may. Tucker says it is a function of a man’s right to love

for as long or as short a time as they can,

for as long or short as they will,

or for as long or as short as they may.

Love does not exist under the intent of as long or as short as one wills, can do, or may want to. That is not love. It is a false argument. Tucker is not talking about love.

Love never ends. Love continues on. Love is willing to be nailed to a cross and die. That is cleaving. Putting the other person ahead of yourself.

When one puts will, can or may as a right infront of the person to be loved, love is negated.

I am not on my soap box. I want to get this ironed out.

“In the context of Warren, Andrews, and Tucker the word "free" is meant specifically, and unambiguously, free from Man-Made Law Enforcers Enforcing their Man-Made Laws upon individual people.”

What is man made about Man leaving his father and his mother and cleaving to his wife and becoming one flesh? That is a law of nature. Just because you see 2 individual people does not mean that they are not 1 flesh.

Why don’t anarchist just say people can live with each other without any attachment if they feel like it and when they don’t feel like it they can quit, or not, or to live as a group of men and women who share the same bed. He did say “right of any man and woman, or any men and women,”

And I didn’t pick the word anarchist. Tucker did. He said

“Even in so delicate a matter as that of the relations of the sexes the ANARCHIST do not shrink from the application of their principle.”

What is the principle of an ANARCHIST? The principle of an anarchist is that it is the right of “man and woman, or any men and women, to love each other for as long or as short a time as they can, will, or may.”

This is the right that man has:
Romans 13:8 Owe no man any thing, but to love one another: for he that loveth another hath fulfilled the law.

Love is not temporary or it is not love at all.

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