cour·te·sy (kūrt-s)<quoted text>
you are assuming courtesy meant free....I never said free...you chose to interpret it that way...if it was not for government services they provided as a courtesy to you, you would sitting in the a cave, riding your donkey and watching VET jerk 0ff in the next cave....
courtesy means "providing in timely and courteous manner" not FREE... bottom line, you owe everything to government services... they providing schooling, protection, safety and stability... deal with it....(yes, I know you pay for it,so do I.. so what)...
n. pl. cour·te·sies
a. Polite behavior.
b. A polite gesture or remark.
a. Consent or agreement in spite of fact; indulgence: They call this pond a lake by courtesy only.
b. Willingness or generosity in providing something needed: free advertising through the courtesy of the local newspaper.
1. Given or done as a polite gesture: paid a courtesy visit to the new neighbors.
2. Free of charge: courtesy tickets for the reporters.
My God! Have you EVER dealt with the government bureaucracy? Precious little is done in a "courteous and timely manner" but if in your dream world it is...