Except that he doesn't seem to expect that at all. DOn seems to be an anarchist, in the technical meaning of the word (simply, No GOv.t). I find this interesting/curious, because I'm wondering how it relates to human groups (and their interactions) in general.
He expects, I htink, to have the means to defend that right himself.
Prob. becasue the two things are worded differently. But that's a bit of a different issue.
Actually, what he said is that he'd be willing pay a fee to drive over it should he choose to do so. ANyway, the road was a different example, and he already answered that question.
I'm not acting like that - it's a gross misinterpretation. I have my own questions, and my own reasons for asking them, which are not the same as anyone else's. But others seem to be trying to reinterpret my questions to fit into their own views. All I am "acting like" is I'm the person who is asking my questions for my own reasons. For some reason that I don't understand, this seems to be upsetting to a few people, who seem determined to tell me what I am asking, why I am "really" asking it, what the answers "really" mean - and what sort of lowlife I am for not getting into a froth over the answers and/or for questioning their interpretations of those answers.
WHich is why I was trying to limit my question to a very local situation.