Between a million and a billion dollars
Between a billion and a trillion dollars
More than a trillion dollars but some limit
Absolutely no limit whatsoever
"To enforce the law" (Lizzie)...BUT, in a futuristic dream world, with NO MAN'S rights being "infringed" there would be no need of any enforcement..
But, its simply false to state that taxes infringe on any economic right...
We are back to the real world...and the consumer pays for everything.
I have an answer for everything...you may not like the answer or it may not satisfy your curiosity..but it will still be an answer. ~ Kal'Stang
My mind and my heart are saying I'm in my twenties. My body is pointing at my mind and heart and laughing its ass off. ~ Kal'Stang
In many aspects , I could not be further from a libertarian...
Now, I think I am seeing the coins other side...
By "rights", I mean the basic ones in our constitution and other important papers..
I do not mean the case of a pick-pocket stealing ones money...AND I disagree with the conservative premise that gun-control infringes on our second amendment.
But, there are cases, I am sure, where a government or an individual could challenge a man's rights...
But should our government pay for the man's legal expense ?
Maybe .....right now, I do not know...
IF a man wishes to operate a motor vehicle on public highways, YES, he should be forced to have the license (if he puts up such a fuss)...but it is the man causing the "force", not the government...
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There are laws that say one person cannot murder another, the ultimate violation of a persons rights, but that doesn't stop it from happening. If the government were to somehow enact policies that made murder impossible, the government itself would certain,y have to violate everyone's rights to do so.
The main function of government is to discourage the violation of anyone's rights without violating the rights of people in the process.
Technically, we spent trillions to prosecute the rights violations of UBL and billions to prosecute the rights violations of the Boston bombers, while on the other hand, we spend much less per person on more mundane rights violations like a murder/robbery, even though the same right to life was violated.