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"When a legislature decides to steal some of our rights and plans to use police force to accomplish it, what's the real difference between them and the thief? Darn little! They hide behind the excuse that they're legislating democratically. The fact they do it by a majority vote has no moral significance whatsoever. Numerical might does not constitute right, no more than a lynch mob can justify its act because a majority participated."
H. L. Richardson (more quotes by H. L. Richardson or books by/about H. L. Richardson)
[Hubert Leon "Bill" Richardson] California state senator (1966-1988), author, Founder and Chairman of Gun Owners of America
Compromise ... Never Justified When Principle Is Involved, The Gun Owners, December, 1995.
Democracy, Fear, Force, Government, Police, Rights, Theft, Usurpation, Vote