Comment: What do AnCaps say

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What do AnCaps say

about children consenting to that sort of voluntary government? Do their parents consent on their behalf, in a way that's binding on the child when the child is older?

If not then what obligations do these people have when they're older, living under rules they never personally consented to follow? They may not have any other options practically available to them, much like many people in the US were born here (they didn't personally consent to be governed) and have no real practical options for uprooting and going elsewhere. So are they obligated to follow rules they never consented to, in a system they disagree with but find themselves living under by birth?