Friday, September 24, 2010

Man learns from government example

Man learns from government example

There is a man in the Albuquerque area who is posing as a helpful passerby who notices a flat tire, offers to help, and then flees with his trusting victim's money.

It sounds like he has been observing the way governments work.

"Government is a disease masquerading as its own cure." - Robert LeFevre

First they "notice" an imaginary (or trivial) "problem", and offer to fix it. Then, they take money from those under their power and never deliver the promised results. Just like the freelance thief.

The difference lies in the fact that the freelance thief doesn't claim legitimacy for what he does; he knows he is wrong and he runs away. Governments keep pretending they are "helping" and are "necessary" even as they continue to steal and murder. I prefer dealing with the freelance thief. He is more honest

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