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March 22, 2023


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Eric Hodgdon

Nice !

Governments exist by the willful acceptance or submission by the people. Following the law is never mandatory, but usually done to make one's life easier. Consent to be governed is another way to look at it. Not even the most forceful dictator is obeyed by everyone.

Locally, laws are enforced by police when they feel like enforcing them and best be done equally too. Traffic is an example of majority rules, for the most part.

Secession is an inherent right despite the common view otherwise. Exercising inherent rights is what a decent people do.

The Covid lookdowns were when people forgot their birth rights. I never once let those "rules" stop me from being a free citizen. Other "edicts" can be ignored even if they are "law" as each law stands until tested in court.

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