I am going to rob you, and I have the moral authority to do so!
"So, if you can have all your valuables laid out by noon tomorrow so I can see which of your stuff I want to take..."
That line in particular had me laughing pretty damn heartily.
The frightening thing is, this is essentially what the CotUS says. Now I would really like to know by what authority - other than coercive threat of violence - am I required to follow a covenant that I have not signed? What recourse does a citizen have, when the heinous grievance one wants redressed is the very existence of the government itself?
Since the criminal enterprise of malevolent jobholders have done a mighty fine job of convincing folks that theft, when government sanctioned is a "good" thing. It is obvious to me that voting wont get me relief from the multi tentacled thieves, though I must concede that it may get me an ever so slight and ludicrously temporary reprieve. As I have stated before and elsewhere this is still not incentive enough to vote.
Is thievery a moderate imperfection of government? I don't think so, I truly believe that we are under the regimen of our barbarous ancestors.