The power of the State is coercion. Less government always means greater personal freedom, less order, less safety, and increased protection from the State. More government always brings less freedom, order, and less security from the State. Freedom is the enemy of the State because it brings disorder, unpredictability, confusion, and growth. The State has no tolerance for disorder or change and will always strip freedoms to ensure order. Coercion is the life force of the State and transfers power from the many to the few. Career politicians and bureaucrat always act to increase their power and decrease personal freedom. A democratic society can never survive in a government of career politicians, bureaucrats, and judges. No matter the lip service politicians, bureaucrats, and judges give to defending democracy, their acts will always lean towards increasing the control of the State.