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Old 10-04-2010, 9:51 AM
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What people don't get by asserting their "freedoms" on private property is that what they are doing is essentially working against the concept of liberty by attacking private property rights. To have any say in what someone does with their property is immoral as it implies that the property owner doesn't actually own that property. What the OP is actually supporting is the concept of complete "public property", where nobody, aside from the government, really holds any ownership over anything. "Public property" is just a euphemism for "private government property". The rhetoric seems to infer that it belongs to "everybody", but in reality, it belongs to the government.