Monday, December 29, 1997


A law must be obeyable, enforceable, and should never remove the right to strive for life, liberty or property. You can take away these things, but not the right to fight for them. Penalties for noncompliance must be real and limited, so that if a person is willing to pay the consequences, he is welcome to break the law. The purpose of law is to ensure the maximum personal freedom of all subject to that law. Morality is not set by law.

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