You don't appreciate something until you have to do without.
My experience making fire with primitive methods has made me appreciate lighters (even if I feel guilty when I use them- like I'm cheating).
Having to find and prepare my own water has made me appreciate tap water and bottled water.
Eating weeds in the wilds has made me appreciate fast food.
The lesson I get from that is that it is hard to truly appreciate something until you have to do without it.
So, if you truly want me to appreciate The State, keep it far, far away from me until I come seeking it. I won't ever believe it is necessary while it is being shoved down my throat and rubbed in my face. Do you believe I will starve for The State if deprived of its attentions and "services"? Let's give it a try!
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