Comment: That's the part I find amazing: the simplicity of Liberty

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That's the part I find amazing: the simplicity of Liberty

After 40+ years of reading spaghetti-like and contradictory tax codes, insurance plans, medical agreements, employment requirements, etc -- it sure is refreshing to realize that 2+2 really does = 4.

I cannot give someone else the right to do something I do not have the right to do. Simple. Similarly, if "I and one other cannot" starts the sentence, it has the same meaning. Using the "1, 2, N" approach, we then say "I and everyone else cannot" to start the sentence, and it continues to have the same meaning.

Therefore, the use of force by "authorities" is indefensible.

I love simplicity.

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