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Statism: Ideas So Good, They’re Mandatory!

As if it wasn’t bad enough that there’s a law to govern my every move (from how fast I drive, to what I can consume), my tax dollars are paying to advertise those mandates back to me!

by Kelly Diamond, Global Wealth Protection:

If the laws we have reflect the will of the people, why do they need advertising to convince them to comply?

Perhaps it’s just my over sensitivity (if that’s even something that can be attributable to the likes of me), but lately, I’ve encountered more than my “fair share” of people who think voting is a solution to systemic problems in the current framework of the United States.

Illogical as it is, I should feel a problem is solved when I say, “I don’t want that”, and two people come along and outnumber me with their “I want that” vote. My problem is: I don’t want “that”. Voting and losing isn’t a solution, in my view. It’s nothing more than the tyranny of the majority.

A branch off this tree of thinking is that “we are the government and therefore we have exactly the government we asked for in our votes”. The interstate running through my neck of the woods has 65 miles per hour as the speed limit. No one goes 65 miles per hour. I don’t see little blue-hairs in the right lane even going 65 miles per hour. About 15 miles south of here there’s a sign indicating that the speed limit has dropped to 55 miles per hour. Same number of lanes, no construction. Just drops 10 miles per hour.

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