Government mandates are only good when I agree with them.
One of you will end up here next!
What? You said that, in the first sentence that I agreed with the bill, so what's up with the rest of this? Yes, I did agree with the bill, but I left out that my agreement with that bill was due to it's silliness, hence the silliness thereafter in my post. LOL.
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The ghost of Jack Kevorkian for President's Physician: 2016
an obvious analogy would be to protest a waiting period for gun ownership, we pass a bill requiring OWS protesters to spend a night in jail before being allowed to protest.
ridiculous use of government? Yes
approved by the likes of redress and her ilk? yes
States are cracking down on political speech with burdensome laws - The Washington Post
And that's just some of the crap Will has found.A Washington state law is notably protective of the political class: There must be litigation before a campaign to recall a public official can start, and lawyers are essentially forbidden from volunteering their help with that litigation. In Mississippi, anyone can put up his or her own Web page about a ballot issue, but the Web page designer must disclose the time he or she took to do it. And anyone who spends more than $200 on political speech — say, a small ad in a local newspaper — is required to give the government monthly reports about his or her political activity.
"Yes I read the 9th [amendment]. It doesn't say **** about abortion." -Jamesrage