When V*ting is Archation

It seems to me your “right to v*te”, if there is any such thing, ends where the results of your v*te would be used to violate the life, liberty, or property of any other person.

This is why I don’t think anyone has a right to v*te for a “tax increase”, for anti-gun “laws”, for criminalizing any substance, for zoning restrictions, for “national security”, etc. You can’t have the right to violate others.

If the results of their v*te would be more government power, greater government “authority“, or any new government at all, then they have no right to cast that v*te. Doing so is archation.

I suppose this means you have the right to v*te to decrease (or abolish) a “tax“, gun “law”, prohibition, zoning “law”, “national security” boondoggle, government power, government “authority”, branch, or government position.

But it still feels to me that even playing their game by their rules means you are agreeing to abide by the results, no matter what they are. If not, then I’m sorry for the misunderstanding and hope you’ll prove me wrong.

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Kent McManigal

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