Wednesday, June 04, 2014

Your shrinking opportunities to be "law abiding"

Law pollution gets worse daily.

The sphere of being "law abiding"* is getting smaller and smaller.

"Sometimes to do the right thing, you have to break a law." ~ Edward Snowden

"Sometimes"? Almost all the time anymore. But that's only a problem if you don't want to be an outlaw. Why would anyone care about that anymore? That you have to break "laws" to do the right thing says nothing bad about you, but exposes those idiots and evil monsters who are responsible for all the "laws"- and those evil monsters who enforce them.

Bad "laws"? Break 'em.

You are already a criminal "in the eyes of the Law", whether you like it or not.

It doesn't bother me at all.

Resolve to not initiate force and don't steal or otherwise violate private property and you are already doing better than anyone who is imposing those "laws" on you.

Then, just perhaps, it won't bother you, either.

*I'll have more to say about that disgusting term another day. Update: here it is



  1. I freakin' hate hearing or reading those two words. It's one of my biggest pet peeves. And I especially hate it when someone is using it when talking about guns. "Law-abiding citizens should have the right to go to the government and ask permission on how one should carry a gun." You especially read it in the bastard NRA literature.


    1. You'll enjoy my comments on that term- when I get around to posting them in a couple of days.

  2. Fiat money and fiat law.

    The supply of each inflates until popular repudiation ("hyper inflation") renders them completely worthless.

    1. Yep. Funny how that works, isn't it. But we are now at the point of "Its not working! Do more of the same to solve it!".