Comment: And how does spelling matter

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And how does spelling matter

with regards to the designated name of a person being registered to operate within a state which is a member of the United States?

Is your privately given name your absolute intellectual property or were any of the bundle of rights to that person surrendered to the state where registered or the United States? Does the state or federal government have any right to take anything from the estate of that person without your consent?

For the causal reader "estate of that person" means any property acquired using and held by that name ... can the state or federal government levy a bank account in that name without your consent? Can it take a vehicle or property deed in that name without your consent?

If it can do these things without your consent where does that authority come from so as not to be deemed theft?