Frustration over the ammo shortage has created some pretty fun conspiracy theories. These are probably the top three: 1) companies are stockpiling their product to drive up demand; 2) ammo plants have shutdown completely; 3) ammo companies are in cahoots to stop selling to civilians and are now...
In truth, in the case of individuals, their actual voting is not to be taken as proof of consent, even for the time being. On the contrary, it is to be considered that, without his consent having even been asked a man finds himself environed by a government that he cannot resist; a government that forces him to pay money, render service, and forego the exercise of many of his natural rights, under peril of weighty punishments. He sees, too, that other men practice this tyranny over him by the us
by the use of the ballot. He sees further, that, if he will but use the ballot himself, he has some chance of relieving himself from this tyranny of others, by subjecting them to his own. In short, he finds himself, without his consent, so situated that, if he use the ballot, he may become a master; if he does not use it, he must become a slave. And he has no other alternative than these two. In self-defence, he attempts the former. His case is analogous to that of a man who has been forced into
Great in theory, Elbeiruty, but when the other side cheats, the ballot doesn't work.
Many in America now believe that they'll never vote again. I'm one of those.
And just because you voted for someone doesn't give them your consent to do anything they want with your life. They are swearing an oath to uphold the constitution when they are put into office. The constitution limits the government. They are supposed to be our servants, not our masters.