Here's another quote from Larken Rose's book, The Most Dangerous Superstition.
Agents of "authority" (cops, soldiers, et. al.) are imagined to have the right to use force not only in the situations where anyone would have such a right (i.e., self-defense), but in other situations as well. It stands to reason that if everyone has the right to use inherently justified "good force," and "the law" authorizes agents of government to use force in other situations as well, then "law" is the attempt to legitimize bad force.
Neither the enthusiastic voter who proudly posts a campaign sign in his yard nor the well-intentioned citizen who runs for office understands this fact. If they did, they would understand that "democracy" is nothing more or less than majority-approved immoral violence, and cannot possibly fix society or be a tool for freedom or justice. Despite the mythology which claims that the right to vote is what makes people free, the truth is that all "democracy" does is legitimize aggression and unjustified violence. The logic of this is so simple and obvious that an enormous amount of propaganda is needed to train people to not see it. If everyone has the right to use inherently righteous force, and government agents are allowed to use force in other situations as well, then, by its very nature, what government adds to society is immoral violence.