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Line in the sand...

Some might say, it’s just a passport, so don’t fly. But from my point of view, it doesn’t stop there. You see, I’ve seen firsthand what happens when you start down that path.

First it’s personal belief exemptions, but “it’s fine because there are still religious.” Then religious exemptions go away but “oh don’t worry there are still medical.” Then go medical exemptions and now thousands of children are essentially kicked out of school, denied the right to a public education because for whatever reason they cannot or will not receive a pharmaceutical product.

Now it’s passports. Ok fine, don’t fly. Don’t travel. But what are you going to do when it’s your drivers license? Or you need proof to go grocery shopping? What are you going to do when you have to choose between injecting something you are vehemently opposed to, and receiving a paycheck? What then?

Good. Luck.

This is a very, very, VERY slippery slope. If you do not have bodily autonomy, you have nothing. You are not free.

The line in the sand should have been drawn YEARS ago when our government decided we needed an EXEMPTION to deny a pharmaceutical product in which the manufacturer is liability free. We should not need permission to deny ANY product.

How about a simple “no thanks.”

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