The NAP is a great standard. It's a very useful tool, for people that have been told what to do all of their life by religion and authority, to come to the beginnings of a philosophy of self-ownership. But, when you take this principle and try to make it a "one size fits all" and apply it to every single individual situation, it becomes a law. And when it's taken by it's letter rather than it's spirit, it can be twisted just as easily as every other law. We're all so used to being told what to do and telling everyone else what to do. It's like people can't come to a common sense solution to a problem anymore. You give them something as simple as the NAP, and people honestly ask if it "allows" the murder of everyone who votes, because voting is an "act of aggression." Wow, just... wow.