Saturday, October 16, 2010

I am 'no one'

I am 'no one'

I have discovered that according to the statists, I do not exist. That should mean they don't expect me to pay taxes or be bound by their "laws". Right?

What proof do I have that I am a non-existent "no one" to the statists? Consider these statements I have heard many times over the course of the years coming from them:

"No one wants to live without police."

"No one wants to live in a town without code enforcement."

"No one wants mentally ill people to be able to have guns."

"No one wants felons to be able to legally own guns."

"No one wants to completely end taxation."

"No one seriously thinks it would be a good idea to shut down the government."

"No one would want to do without government free [sic] roads and free [sic] schools for the children."

"No one really wants to make all drugs legal."

"No one wants to remove government oversight from businesses that make our food and drugs."

In all the above statements, I AM "no one". I have advocated all of those very things in the virtual pages of The Albuquerque Libertarian Examiner in the past year and a half, and in my blog for years before that.
Are you also "no one" in at least some of the above?


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