Thursday, August 21, 2014

Welfare of the worst kind

Almost all "laws" amount to nothing more than a welfare program for cops.

Without enforcers to support, those "laws" would be recognized* as pointless. Or worse.

They don't help or protect or serve anyone, except the political parasites and their enforcers. I wouldn't suffer one bit if those "laws" evaporated.

But, because there are enforcers, and those enforcers want to "do something" (eat, keep a roof over their heads, clothe their crotch-fruit), the welfare program of inventing "laws" keeps feeding them- with money stolen from actual productive people.

It's sad and disturbing that too many people support those destructive rules and the parasites who enforce them.

*Recognized as such by others who aren't you and me, I mean. We see them as they really are already... right?


1 comment:

  1. In California one of, if not the biggest, supporters of mandatory minimum sentences for "drug" offenders, people who have not violated the rights of others, is the prison guard union. They get job security--longer average sentences than for violent offenders--and job safety--few of those arrested for drugs are violent people. It's a win-win situation for them and to hell with that quaint myth known as inalienable rights.