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Immoral Beyond Redemption

Dan1580 Wrote: Jun 06, 2012 11:21 AM
The social contract describes the tacit rules of interaction people abide by in order to be part of a group that interacts for MUTUAL BENEFIT. Requiring one member of a society to unwillingly give up property for the benefit of another member of society is the exact opposite of the social contract. The tyranny of the majority exists when they impose their will on an individual’s freedom. When I cannot choose to disassociate myself from you and your view of society, I must vigorously defend myself against your demands upon my liberty and property. As to the supply of resources, the only resource is time, people who use that time to add value, are compensated, since everyone has the same number of hours in a day, everyone has the same ac
Dan1580 Wrote: Jun 06, 2012 11:22 AM
As to the supply of resources, the only resource is time, people who use that time to add value, are compensated, since everyone has the same number of hours in a day, everyone has the same access to resources. The disparate outcome in compensation for the value added is based on free market exchange, for instance, thinking people would place more value on the 10 minutes I spent thoughtfully responding to your post than the 2 minutes you spent typing in discredited dogma.
Benjamin Franklin, statesman and signer of our Declaration of Independence, said: "Only a virtuous people are capable of freedom. As nations become corrupt and vicious, they have more need of masters." John Adams, another signer, echoed a similar statement: "Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other." Are today's Americans virtuous and moral, or have we become corrupt and vicious? Let's think it through with a few questions.

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