posted on Jun, 7 2011 @ 07:01 PM
There is a key question which is never asked. Let us turn the story around a bit. You friend owes you 20 dollars, he says no. You get in a fight over
it and he goes home and gets 20 dollars in pennies and throws them inside your front door and says "we're even." He's mad he had to pay you and
your mad he littered your carpet with pennies. Most people would never call the police. But lets say you decide to call the police because you simply
didn't like your friend's attitude. The cops come and FINE your friend 125 dollars for being a jerk. Is that reasonable, why should the cops get 125
dollars for the dispute between the two of you, what did the cops do to earn that money? What if the cops fined YOU, or even BOTH of you and took
250.00 simply because you called them?
Now, let us assume the dentist AND the man are jerks. It is their responsibility to resolve it between themselves and there are a myriad of ways to
resolve it. 2500 pennies was the mans way. But this dispute does NOT involve the state on any level, if it did a state person would have been there
the entire time.
Question: Why does the STATE deserve to receive any money as a result of the dispute between you and your friend?
Question: Why does the STATE deserve to receive any money as a result of the dispute between this man and his dentist?
Question: Does the STATE deserve to receive money from every single dispute between anybody in which one or more people involved are simply unhappy
with what has transpired?
Question: Why is the STATE involved at all?
Question: If the Policy Enforcement Officers determined there is a dispute, why don't they seek to resolve it, why do they simply tax the party THEY
feel is wrong and why is it then the responsibility of that person to then PROVE the are not obligated to pay the fine?
Question: Why do so many people feel that a dispute, or bad behavior situation, must END with the STATE getting money?
Question: Why do people accept the standard slaves punishment as a way to curb or mitigate behavior? A slave was beaten when he did wrong and had his
wages docked. Folks fully support the state - the slave master, taking away private property when they feel a person is wrong, wrong about anything,
because the think it is the perfect way to CORRECT behavior. Why?