1So, DT, let's talk about liberty... or Freedom.
Freedom? Good. Everybody likes his freedom.
You said the Good People are free. Free because they are rich, right?
Good. They are free, Joe, because they are good.
2What about others?
What would you like to know about the Others?
Are they free too?
Some have some freedom. Some have none or next to none.
But DT, shouldn't everyone be free?
That's like asking if all grass should be green. Some grass is green. Some grass is more or less green. And some grass is not green at all. Don't get me wrong, Joe, but that's the fact of the matter, a fact of life.
So what, great DT, is the role of government?
Good people have no need of government, little Joe. Government is needed to keep the Others in order.
What keeps the Good people in order?
The Good keep order themselves. At first they know the rules. Later they make them up.
You don't mean "as opposed to wrongs," I think.
No, like we all have the same rights, equal rights, like speech and religion and privacy, and so on. That kind of rights. What about them?
What's your question, Joe?
Do the Good People, DT, and the Others have the same rights, equally?
No. Don't get me wrong, Joe. But remember the green grass. Remember?