Comment: Somebody else's resturaunt is not my property.

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Somebody else's resturaunt is not my property.

the owner can set the rules for his restaurant.

The State does not own my property, and has no legitimate claim to it and has no right to take it from me.

The state does not own my business or my employer's business, and has no right to this property and no right to collect fees on them.

The State not only steals money from people to provide its services whether they want them or not or how much they use, it prevents competition and violently enforces its own monopoly over these services.

I can choose another restaurant and I am not forced to go to any particular restaurant.

The State forces people to use its services (which it provides with money it has stolen), and prevents competition from springing up.

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"The State is a gang of thieves writ large." - Murray Rothbard