Certainly, there will be many instances in which the issue I'm concerned about will not arise. However, I don't think you've got a full understanding of what I'm concerned about, which is probably due to my not being clear enoughLet's say that 6 of us have entered into a polygamous marriage contract. One of us (probably you) commits murder. Other than disappointment, this affects the rest of us how?
Let's say one of us wins the lottery (probably me). Then, it depends on the financial structure of our contract. Maybe it goes into our marriage account, maybe I keep all of it and give you a box of chocolates.
How can you say that you didn't agree to these burdens? You did - or you didn't. You're liable or you aren't. Please refer to the 3rd Amendment of out Polygamous Marriage contract (PM). Oh, look, it says that I keep any lottery winnings. Touth titty said the kitty.
Where did freedom come into this anyway? TM or PM are sacrifices of certain freedoms to create a group situation.
And please put your shirt on. You look like you're freezing.
Let's say I am one of eight people who are all married to each other. One of the eight meets someone and wants to marry them. The other 6 agree that this person is a swell person, and give their consent. I, on the other hand, have knowledge which makes me certain that this is not a good idea, but I can not prove it to the others (Maybe I saw this person do something that demonstrates a violent or psychopathic trait)
I can tell the others what I witnessed, but I cannot force them to withold consent. By being overruled by the other 7, I am now forced to allow a psychopathic and violent person to have access to, not only my home and personal possessions, but also to my children.