posted on Feb, 13 2013 @ 02:14 PM
Okay, she's stupid, she's a big fat pig, she's a moron of the highest order.
Why does the State get money for her actions?
Why does being stupid mean the corporation of the STATE gets several hundred dollars? Was the State, the corporate fiction, harmed in some way? Why
does the State have a right to collect from this woman or put her in jail?
What of the moral authority that this policeman is, walked over the woman and said: "I'm officer Fife, I see you've let your son pump gas. While it
seems okay, it probably isn't the best idea here, he's small, and physics says his weight to the pump handle weight is out of whack. The gas on his
shirt means he's not able to do it. So, how about we take off his shirt, head over the fountain and put it in water on it to make it safe to
transport and we agree that he can't pump gas until he drives?"
Now all you "she's a fat pig people" tell me why the State collecting 500 dollars, 500 dollars that might be used to feed this child, is WAY BETTER
then the above scenario.
I think, that because the morally superior policeman didn't do what I outlined, he's a tax collecting scum whose using the false position of
"protecting" the people to hide is real purpose - tax collection for the impersonal corporate entity known as the State and I think that any of you
who think that the impersonal State is the moral arbitor of your life is far more moronic then the woman here. I think that if you require the State
to control your behavior through tax collection then you have no clue what is really going on in the very scenario you proclaim to be an expert in.
Just for clarification, city "codes" are "codes of conduct" as in, "they employee handbook of a corporation" and are not "laws" as no
impartial, non-government employee has ever heard a case about gas pumping and the damages that result. You all have simply agreed to abide by the
"codes of conduct" of the corporation you are employed by and mindlessly applaud when other employees are ratted out and fined for their actions,
oddly enough, the penalties never help the other employees, but are used simply to keep the system taxing.