I heard, I almost called.
Would you tear up your credit cards and never close the account?
I changed the automatic bidder I use for ebay, should I have left the old one open?
What about trade groups I no longer associate with? Should I leave my name on their membership lists?
The LP, should you have stayed on their membership rolls despite moral objections to their current policies? Afterall, it's more work for them to remove you. It's a waste of their time Ian! How could you be so inconsiderate?
Sorry, if government doesn't want to create an easy process to terminate the voter contract, that's their fault. They are only going to see more and more, so I suggest they figure something out, or I'll soon be dropping by with my cameras wanting to know why they refuse remedy. It will make a great story.
Mark wants you to hang on to his method of change. The "What did we move to New Hampshire for if your not going to vote!?!?" comment made that perfectly clear to me. I think it's based in his fear of the consequences for the route your taking and what it could mean for the show. It's also challenging his belief system which still believes in government, because it's hard for people like Mark to understand the practical aspect of how we get from here to a free market society. In the mean time, he seems happy to continue endorsing them, hoping that one day somebody else will change things. I can't say I blame him, it's scary to go up against the gang.