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Wed Sep 2, 2020, 09:25 PM

How does a person justify demanding freedom not to wear mask

...which has the potential to harm and kill others, but yet can still demand that women not have the freedom to make decisions concerning their own bodies?
What does freedom even mean to these people?!

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Reply How does a person justify demanding freedom not to wear mask (Original post)
Under The Radar Sep 2 OP
LakeArenal Sep 2 #1
JI7 Sep 2 #2
Under The Radar Sep 2 #4
underpants Sep 2 #3
Grokenstein Sep 2 #5
keithbvadu2 Sep 2 #6
BadgerKid Sep 2 #7
Under The Radar Sep 3 #9
ooky Sep 2 #8

Response to Under The Radar (Original post)

Wed Sep 2, 2020, 09:27 PM

1. Apparently with a gun and swat gear.

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Response to Under The Radar (Original post)

Wed Sep 2, 2020, 09:28 PM

2. I think of breastfeeding and how there is always outrage over that

How does a baby being fed harm them ??

And you know most of these are the same people.

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Response to JI7 (Reply #2)

Wed Sep 2, 2020, 09:35 PM

4. Those who oppose breastfeeding just need their asses kicked

....i can not think of any better remedy, or honorable punishment.

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Response to Under The Radar (Original post)

Wed Sep 2, 2020, 09:30 PM

3. They can't. They are frightened little children.

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Response to Under The Radar (Original post)

Wed Sep 2, 2020, 10:08 PM

5. Antimasker Won't Put Hers On So an Entire Flight Was Almost Deplaned

https://www.newsweek.com/antimasker-wont-wear-mask-taken-off-flight-deplaned-1528906

A TikTok user captured the disputes between the anti-masker and other passengers on a Delta flight to Atlanta on Monday. As the woman who refused to wear her mask pulled her carry-on out of the overhead bin, other passengers glared and called out in frustration.

The woman who took the video said that the antimasker stirred problems before even boarding the flight. "Before we even got on the plane she was stopped and asked to wear a mask onto the plane, she proceeded to show the person checking her in a note on her phone from a 'doctor' and they wouldn't accept it so she was placed aside and then I saw her board the plane wearing a mask," she wrote in a message to Newsweek.

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She said that after the woman got off the plane it was smooth sailing. "Once she left everyone was totally fine and glad she was gone," she wrote.

The video of the woman trying to leave the flight as the attendant announced that the flight would be deplaned has been viewed over a million times on TikTok. In a statement, Delta reiterated its mask policy. "Part of every customer's commitment prior to traveling on Delta is the requirement to acknowledge our updated travel policies, which includes wearing a mask. Failure to comply with our mask-wearing mandate can result in losing the ability to fly Delta in the future," a Delta spokesperson said.

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Response to Under The Radar (Original post)

Wed Sep 2, 2020, 11:43 PM

6. Freedom for me but not for thee.

Freedom for me but not for thee.

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Response to Under The Radar (Original post)

Wed Sep 2, 2020, 11:43 PM

7. I get your angle, but babies somehow override logic.

I think your angle is "you don't get to tell me about my body". But some people--mainly men, but some women--have a feeling of tacit permission to touch/pat/handle a pregnant woman's body.

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Response to BadgerKid (Reply #7)

Thu Sep 3, 2020, 12:33 AM

9. No, my angle is that everyone has the freedom

...to live and worship in any way they choose as long that it doesn’t interfere, harm or negatively impact the lives and privacy of others. You have your life and I have mine and the two shall not collide.
I will not impede on your rights and freedoms and you will not impede on mine, even if my way of life doesn’t meet with your approval.

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Response to Under The Radar (Original post)

Wed Sep 2, 2020, 11:52 PM

8. Does being an asshole qualify as justification?

Okay, it doesn't justify it, but does explain it.

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