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Comment: we the people are the governement

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we the people are the governement

and we the people can get together and make decisions like build all those monuments as you already pointed out. But what I am saying is we the people is not everyone in the visitors are not we the people. So, consequently public land that is government run is not common land for everyone (all people in the world) to move about and use how they want. So while having to show papers to move about IS indeed tyranny, it is "we the people" that has to make that decision (whether to be tyrannical). Unfortunately, I don't think it is inherent once we have divided up all the land into ownership. On the other hand, the land really can't be owned because it by nature it belongs to all things. In other words, god didn't give that particular piece of land to you in particular!