Presenting tough concepts (was: NEW TOPIC : Health Insurance)


  Perhaps a good compromise could be to put out the idea that taxation
is theft, without pushing people to agree with you. For instance,
mention the "possibility" that taxation is theft, and then go on to
talk about the ineffectiveness of particular programs. Or just say
something like "People ought to be able to decide which programs they
want to support instead of someone else making that decision for them,"
the unstated implication being that some might decide not to support
any of the programs.

Yours in liberty,
            <<< Starchild >>>

(in part):

However, most of my constituents do support tax-funded programs, so
addressing the ineffectiveness of them is a better campaign strategy
trying to convince them that taxation is theft.

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