Implied ConsentPosted: June 25, 2011
Silence is not always implied consent. Sometimes it’s a perceived estimate of outcome. No matter how bad slavery is, sitting in a cage is worse. And if the only thing in the world that interests you is building things, then revolution doesn’t seem much better than being caged. The irony of “They fought for your freedom” caused me to wonder. If the American military, out subjugating the world, hadn’t shown our local cops how to bust down doors and murder people, would we have multiplying SWAT armies here at home?
Posted by Dave.