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Old 02-04-2015, 05:53 AM
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You're talking freedom of choice vs public good or public safety. That's probably an argument that has no winners. Extending the freedom of choice idea, how can states require you to wear a seat belt in your car or a helmet riding you bicycle or motorcycle? But if seriously injured or killed, how can you (or your estate) sue someone for damages when your failure to take precautions contributed to the extent of your injuries? Freedom of choice comes with an obligation to step up to the consequences of the choices you make. Most of us are not ready to do that yet!
 
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