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Ban This! Ban That! Ban This and That!

Tinsldr2 Wrote: Feb 06, 2013 5:40 PM
So like I said, You agree with the satire written by LD. Personally I say gov has no role protecting people from bad choices and no role bailing them out from them. We call that the right to be wrong. but you are a big gov lib no doubt about it and that is what is sad. off to dinner, going to eat unhealthy food with my I earned
Tinsldr2 Wrote: Feb 06, 2013 7:23 PM

OBAMA-DRAMA Wrote: 1 hour ago (5:43 PM)
T2... you are welcome to be reckless to self while not harmful to others. However, if in so doing you harm yourself then no one else should be required to pay for the ill consequences.


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But we all know the big gov lib does not really believe it. He has already said Gov should regulate me, repeatedly

Obama drama aka Mayor McCheese just another busted fraud
Edward327 Wrote: Feb 06, 2013 6:25 PM
Easy answer to that - eliminate government healthcare. Private insurance has the power to refuse to provide coverage to people who engage in risky behavior which dr4ives up the costs to other subscribers. That would include refusing to pay for health insurance until they become ill, then expecting the government to force the insurance companies to cover them. But you support that, don't you?
James____Tx Wrote: Feb 06, 2013 6:04 PM
And so should it be for all and keep your nanny state out of my life. It's not about "caring" anyway it's consolidation of Government power.
OBAMA-DRAMA Wrote: Feb 06, 2013 5:43 PM
T2... you are welcome to be reckless to self while not harmful to others. However, if in so doing you harm yourself then no one else should be required to pay for the ill consequences.

I like to bet on sports. Having a stake in the game, even if it's just five bucks, makes it more exciting. I also like playing poker. "Unacceptable!" say politicians in much of America. "Gambling sometimes leads to 'addiction,' destitute families!"

Well, it can.

So politicians ban it. It's why we no longer see a poker game in the back of bars. Half the states even ban poker between friends -- though they rarely enforce that.

After banning things, politicians' second favorite activity is granting special privileges to a few people who do those same things -- so big casinos flourish, and most...