posted on Dec, 30 2009 @ 11:33 PM
reply to post by ownbestenemy
I am currently responding to another post of yours in a different thread but had to break away from that one in order to respond to this one. By the
way, thanks for pointing out your signature I had not noticed it until you pointed to it. I love it!
To this public lands assertion, I would argue that public lands are owned by We the People as is the government that lay's claim to this public land.
People have the right to travel and if one follows closely the history of Department of Motor Vehicles they will discover that it was not always an
assertion made, that "driving is a privilege and not a right." Indeed, there was no such thing as a Department of Horse and Buggy's prior to the
invention of the automobile and yet there was still public lands.
I do agree with you that we have shot ourselves in the foot but I don't think it is through the use of public lands but is through the valid use of
law of contract. It is our own signatures on licenses and registrations that empowers governments to, in fact, circumvent our right to due process of
law and seize our property, (technically by contract their property), without any regard to rights.
It has become a horrible mess of confusion, mistake of facts and misinterpretation of law that we will only be able to sort out by coming to better
understand the law and how that law exists to serve us and not the government.
That said, I'm off to that other thread to finish responding there, see ya there!