Hard working Georgia farmers like Louie Perry and Chuck Coley, would never dream of robbing their fellow Georgians at gunpoint, but they find it acceptable to have a government bureaucracy do the dirty work. Legalized theft has become the American way of life in business and politics. Every group and constituency is attempting to live at the expense of someone else. What we fail to realize is that every group is played against the other. The only consistent result is politicians demand more money to expand government so they can provide more favoritism, economic protection, and dependence.