lsayre wrote:They have the choice to do with or do without. That is unless the government steps in and muddles up the works (the free market at work) and thereby stops the flow of goods, in which case they are left with only the choice of doing without.
That's true Larry but when it come to essential commodities being controlled by a few and the needs of many then obviously some regulation is needed. It's exactly why we have "some" regulations now, because we've been there done that and the alternative was rioting and violence. I wish we could just depend on people to do the right thing but if the past has taught us anything, it is that this just doesn't happen without some regulation