Iran, USA & Ayatoilets. Ferocious views of an Iranian commoner

Wednesday, December 28, 2005

MORE LAWS, MORE LAWS, MORE LAWS

11/18/05 06:55 pm

"No-Insurance Violators To Get Vehicles Impounded" if you do not have state sanctioned insurance then a towing company can steal your car, legally.

For every new law that is passed, another law should be purged. What is next? What if I do not drive my car and it is in my yard as a flower pot? Stop stockpiling the country with laws, laws, laws, laws, laws, laws, laws, laws, laws, laws, laws, laws, laws, laws, laws, laws, laws, laws, laws, laws, laws, laws, laws, laws, laws, laws, laws, laws, laws, laws, laws, laws, laws, laws, laws, laws, laws, laws, laws, laws, laws, laws, laws, laws, laws, laws, laws, laws, laws and more laws.

Have you ever looked at the CFR archives, that is the Codes of Federal Regulations? The CFR paper archives at libraries can take one whole floor of a large library, check for your local CFR archive. There are tons of expanding regulations and laws, and if you took the time to read on any subject you would definitely find another law that would negate the first one. My point is that majority of the laws, perhaps 95% are created for the benefit of POWERFUL special interest. It is a sham used by lawmakers to for their own means and ends which is their own political survival at the expense of the INDIVIDUAL. Here the new law gives the police and insurance companies rights to impound your private property until you pay both institutions to give your private property back, and therefore the new law gives away the individual's rights to private property. Now, I have insurance on my cars, but should there be a law made or right given to an individual to self-insure private property as an alternative to buying from an oligopoly of insurance companies and seizure by the police? I have been thinking about that for all my insurance purposes, for my home, health and auto in the face of multiple digit increase of insurance fees and the lack of claims or losses. Do I think fewer laws are better? No, but many bad laws are worse; it is best to have few good laws.

http://66.165.131.74/police/ARS28-3511.pdf

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