You said earlier that the gov should have no say on your ability to.............
As long as I threaten no harm, nor do harm to another's person, or property...do not misrepresent what I say.
they are called nuclear arms not my word choice, weather the supreme court rules or not, why do they have a say on that but not what you eat
The whole owning a gun for personal safety is a joke and stretch too.
Compare gun crime in our two countries. (Hint its higher in yours, yet higher gun control in mine)
umm..now you are just playing at semantics, and your argument is ludicrous.
Regarding gun crime...Canada has very few cities the size of Dallas, Detroit, NYC ....gun crime in rural america virtually doesn't exist, yet everyone owns one at least. In the larger US cities where guns are controlled only the law abiding citizens don't have guns. Criminals do....after all, gun control works oh so very well in NYC, right?
I dont disregard franklins idea, I put it in context! Your Freedoms should not superceede my safety or freedoms!
You made light of it, the implication being it was an outdated thought...I am pretty sure that the quote says nothing (nor did I) regarding my freedom superseding your right to security. If you took that implication, then I apologize.
You cant say no gove but ther will be gove doing...
ROFL I never suggested anarchy, nor am I an anarchist...where did that come from? I am, however, all about sticking to the constitution which limits the power of govt and guarantees me certain rights and freedoms which have been lost in recent years. I can provide specific examples of violations of the constitution in the form of legislation passed this century. I am also against big business exercising an inordinate amount of control over what legislation is passed by virtue of their lobbying power.
Look what deregulattion of your banking system did.
Look at what regulation did. For every example of the ills of deregulation I can provide examples of frankensteinian regulation. Look at Enron during the regulation era of Clinton's admin. You cannot legislate morality. Period. You can punish the lack of...the problem with our judicial system is often money creates ways for people to escape justice.
My point since the beginning was Modereation and control!
It is far from a Black and white world!
Never implied it was (black and white). However you suggest that the ability to buy raw milk would threaten others against their will. I disagree... I do not even agree that raw milk is, by definition, less healthy than pasteurized milk. After all, this is the 21st century, not the turn of the 20th century.....
Perhaps you should do some research on the subject...why is it that yogurt, with its' active bacteria is viewed so positively, yet milk is not?