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Sooner Or Later Progressives Will Get Around To You

OzzWorx Wrote: Mar 17, 2013 3:48 AM
What crime have I committed that I should lose my God-given, Constitutionally enumerated right to self defense? Have I lost my right to trial before I have my rights taken away? Is my freedom of religion confined within the walls of a building? How is that free? When I walk out my front door, do I lose my right speak my mind? Freedom of speech? When I walk out my front door, do I lose my right to meet with my friends? Assembly? What is the difference between “the right of the people” in the first amendment and “the right of the people” in the second? The term has been legally defined in the opening words of the Preamble. When I walk out my front door, do I lose my right to question you? Redress of grievances? When I walk out my front

First, they came for the smokers.

No one would argue smoking is good for you. But it’s legal; growing tobacco is even subsidized by the government. Yet, when governments started limiting the right of people to smoke in places public and private, non-smokers did nothing. They didn’t like smoke; they’d heard second-hand smoke was dangerous. Why should they allow owners of private establishments to choose whether those establishments allowed people to engage in a legal – in fact, subsidized -- activity?

Then, they came to “clean up” the healthcare mess. They would take the sick and poor off...