Quote Of The Month
Commenting on this post and related comments, Billy Beck writes:
When I was thirteen years old, Robert LeFevre told my father: "In your efforts to reduce government, aim for zero. If you ever get there and don't like what you find, it will be the easiest thing in the world to pick up the nearest telephone and have another one installed the very next day.[WRSA emphasis added]"
This was not a seminal or turning-point thing to me, but it amply illustrates what I understand and how long I've understood it.
Kansas Scout: you need a social security number?
There. You can have that one, which this government assigned to me. You can use it if you want to, because I don't. They do.
I'm sure it's over ten years since the first time that I published it online. That's how *fired* this government is, to me.
I fired 'em, long before that.
More on Robert Lefevre here, here and here.