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Freedom to hurt others?

Those with the mindset to claim their anti-vax and anti-mask rights are being violated by potential mandates are the same as those who complained their freedoms were being violated when they were stopped from polluting the air and water and marketing cigarettes to children.

It was their lack of responsibility to their fellow citizens that forced the heavy hand of government to step in.

Tom Topping

Millwood


 

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