What do ones think about private property? Do you regard the concept as bullshit? Do you regard it as a natural, unalienable right, like life and liberty? I'm registered as a Libertarian voter in the state of Georgia, in large part because of my support of private property and my feelings that the government should stay out of how I handle my property. I feel that until it influences you or your property, I should be able to do whatever I want on mine. Not to say that I would. I know from reading Genesis that Man has dominion over all other plants and animals, but I would find it ethically unacceptable to deforest all of my land just because I could. And I certainly don't have these feelings about property in a covetous, capitalist, babylonian way. What do YOU think?
Raspect to all,
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