posted on Jul, 31 2011 @ 03:50 AM
That's really sad. I spent a lot of time on farmland when I was a kid, and there were pretty much no rules! Nothing like driving an old bombed out
car off-road with a broken speed measure at the age of 11.
In all seriousness though, especially after spending time in Australia where the distances are particularly immense, laws need to be more relaxed in
rural areas. Often the distance between the house and a driveway will be several kilometres, so kids trying to get to school will pretty much have to
drive. Farmers are busy and hard-pressed enough as it is without having to spend yet more time and money bothering with petty licensing laws.
If you really want to stop being controlled by the government so badly, why is there no revolution in sight? That's one thing I've never understood
about the U.S. You've access to weapons quite freely, so why not band together, obtain land, and form a large community with your own laws and micro
political system rather than being subjugated by corporate (read: fascist) agenda like that?
"United we stand, but divided we fall", perhaps more people should read Aesop fables, even after all those years, they still ring true.