Wednesday, November 2, 2011

On the Fun Factor

... the prospects for liberty have nothing to do with my own commitment to the process of trying to obtaining it. That is, I am going to keep trying, at exactly the same pace, no matter what the prospects are.  My reasoning has little to do with the likelihood of success. I do it because I think it’s my moral obligation to do it, because I want to pass onto the next generation the flag, or the torch or the banner that’s been passed onto me, and because it is just so much fun.
Source: Walter Block, The Privatization of Roads & Highways, 2009, Pg 417

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