Personal responsibility is at an all time low. Most members of Congress would rather give lobbyists what they want than to stand on principle. Many voters are willing to sell their votes for the politician who will give them the most “goodies”.
We may not be able to fix Congress, but we still might be able to help the younger generation. If you have children or grandchildren, there’s still time to prepare them for what they may face in the future. The only way the future will be brighter for them is if they carry the torch of freedom.
America was founded by people who understood personal responsibility. Regardless of how you feel about the idea of vaccinating yourself, the tone of disdain and disrespect for those who choose to not vaccinate is unsettling.
The debate appears to center around vaccinations, but it’s really more about respect for others, especially respect for the right of parents to make the choice for their own children. Whenever government uses the power of the iron fist to shame some for their personal choices, we have a problem..
The animosity appears to be between the “Pro-Vaxxers” and the “Anti-Vaxxers”. It may help you feel some compassion to know that the majority of those opposed to forced vaccinations have faced a personal tragedy with their own children or a close friend or relative.
The old expression goes, “You can’t beat City Hall”. Maybe we can! Recently the O’Fallon City Council passed a new law that virtually allows the police to pull people over for nearly any reason.
You have heard the expression that some people can’t walk and chew gum at the same time. This law presumes we can’t drive and chew gum at the same time. If you didn’t like the red light cameras, you’re not going to like this one either. Despite the propaganda you may hear about doing anything in the car while driving, this is nothing more than “taxation through citation”. The police are there to protect us, not to try to extract additional revenue out of those who pass through their city.