It simply isn't even a relevant comparison.
Two issues with this:Originally Posted by MoSurveyor
1. Any other contract, the court would be considered a third party. When you're suing the court, there is no third party, so there is no possibility of a fair, unbiased trial. This is one of the inherent failings of judicial systems that are based on monopoly of force by one organization/government. There is no third party to turn to for dispute resolution.
2. It's not a contract, because by definition a contract is an agreement between two or more people, not just a unilateral declaration of intent to claim monopoly jurisdiction over a human being's life.