Comment: Correct, the roads are stolen property

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Correct, the roads are stolen property

Since the theft is continual and the property may not be practically repatriated, when you drive on public roads you are essentially homesteading the use of the road.

If freedom broke out eventually, some one, or group, would have to assume ownership to keep them drivable. My first thought would be a stock offering to the people who use the road to start a firm to maintain the road and collect fees. I do know this, it would be a lot cheaper for the road users and everyone else.

And obviously you have a right to drive, per se.