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Discussion in 'Politics' started by EZ-E, Apr 8, 2020.
You fail to grasp the analogy.
We are hearing that "one death is too many" from a variety of politicians as justification for the overreaction. The politicians are not talking in terms of death rates. In that light, the analogy is most pertinent.
We are not going to agree on this, and that is perfectly okay.
Yes it is. I appreciate the civil discourse.
Here is a analogy.
The current course of action is not much different than letting all criminals out of jail and locking up any identified honest people to keep them safe from the criminals.
Oh, wait, there are those in power that would love to do just that.
Oh shit, wait again, they are letting some of them out. And there are people that are being charged for not being "voluntarily locked up".
The Constitution allows for removing from society those that are a danger to society. There is NO provision in the Constitution that I know of that allows the government to lock up society to protect them from illness or anything else.
I would have much less problem quarantining positive cases and, at least for short term, those in contact with them. The effects to persons and the economy would be far, far less and just as effective.
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I hope we get some unbiased video of the event. It's going to be significant no matter how it turns out.....
Wow! What a bunch'a rebels.
Some of us rebel against authoritarian rule, while others mindlessly go along with whatever they're told.