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  • Posted by lmarrott 6 years, 9 months ago
    I liked this statement:

    "The same can be argued about our churches, our businesses, or any peaceful action we may pursue. Our personal activities are no one else’s business. We may have nothing to hide, but, if we are not careful, we have plenty to lose — our right to be left alone."

    My wife always tries to say she doesn't care because she doesn't have anything to hide, and I tell her that's not the point. Being innocent and not having anything to hide, doesn't mean it is ok for a violation of privacy and rights!
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  • Posted by khalling 6 years, 9 months ago
    I agree
    For those who say they have nothing to hide, I suggest they keep in mind, that every day they violate or break a law. That they enjoy a false security of not being pursued, I say give it time. Time will come when you disagree with those who hold the power. They will use enforcement against you as natural as breathing. There are multiple posts weekly in Galt's Gulch demonstrating that
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  • Posted by Rozar 6 years, 9 months ago
    Most definitely agree, with the first piece of property you own being yourself. Your body, your mind, and property rights to do with them as you please.
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