Saturday, July 2, 2011

The State is not antidote, it itself is big problem

Here is what P V says:

“For eight hundred years, from the time of the Magna Carta, legislators have fought for outright powers to decide how much to tax and in what way it should be collected and how that money should be spent. That authority is now sacrosanct and nobody questions it — except when it goes against the Constitution. Unfortunately, legislators decide what the Constitution should be. Hence, that check too is limited.”

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