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Forget the Government

Who needs it, right? That’s what anarchists think. How do they expect to live? Do you think it would work? Would you honestly be able to live without any rules or regulations? Laws wouldn’t be enforced! I guess this would be a bonus for those poor French poodle Opera lovers in Chicago who aren’t aloud to tag along with their owners. Do anarchists not see how free we actually are in the U.S.? Do you think they are reasonable?

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