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  • Quote of the Day

    Posted by Jonathan on September 3rd, 2006 (All posts by )

    Hamstringing law enforcement with PC rules then reacting to the resulting public disappointment with magisterial pronouncements about the sole of legitimacy residing in the state has the effect of disempowering those who would trust the state and empowering those who would subvert it. Hence the bizarre phenomenon of laws which only restrict the law abiding, while scofflaws are more less left to scoff.

    On an international scale the result is Darfur, where only the sleeping lifeguard is authorized to save the drowning man who, though capable of swimming, is prohibited from doing so.



    One Response to “Quote of the Day”

    1. Shannon Love Says:

      It is this sort of ineffective response that causes the collapse of lawful order. When the form of law divorces from its practical function then law dies in the hearts of the people.