[QUOTE=Winstonbiggs;4045886]We live in a representative democracy and our representatives legislate law by its very nature restricts liberty. It's a fact of life in most of the world including the good old USA embedded right in our Constitution. [/quote]
We live in a Constitutionally-limited Republic, not a democracy. Democracy is majority-rule. As Benjamin Franklin so aptly put it, "democracy is two wolves and a sheep voting on what to have for dinner". In a Republic, the property rights of citizens is sacrosanct. In a democracy, meh.. not so much.
[quote]Anarchy is a form of liberty I only support when Iím in my own home. Alone![/QUOTE]
You support the idea that our property is susceptible to the will of the majority, and that laws may be enacted to take property from one to re-distribute to another. I support the idea that a person has certain inalienable rights, that among them are the rights to life, liberty, and property. I believe that governments should be instituted to protect those rights. Sycophants will always exist to rally the cry for more and more powers for government and more and more truncations to the Natural Rights of Man.
Which one is truly the anarchist?