See, this is why I'm what I call a "liberaltarian". I think the "fair go" notion is a great one. I just don't want to be
threatened with imprisonment or Officer Friendly & Assoc.s with black balaclavas and battering rams if I wish to opt
out. If they, for instance, sold cookies, ran vintage film festivals with pledge breaks, or put on car washes, I'd be
all up for patronizing them. Heck, I'd likely donate time.
People do go to prison in Oz for not paying taxes, am I right?
Damien Broderick wrote:
> Another way to deal with this `problem' is to put sufficient central
> revenue funds into education that *everyone* has access to the limits of
> their ability.
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