It’s time to stop telling people what they can’t do
I don’t know about you, but I am tired, tired of people telling me what to do, what to eat, what to drive, what I can or can’t own, what I can or can’t say. I am tired of people complaining about this great country and trying to bring it down.
If you don’t like salt, don’t use it.
If you don’t like sugar, don’t use it.
If you don’t like soda, don’t drink it.
If you don’t like meat, don’t eat it.
If you don’t like an SUV, don’t buy one.
If you don’t like guns, don’t own one.
I am tired of our legislators pushing for legalization of certain drugs. As a retired police officer, I can’t get it through my head why they think they are all so knowledgeable about drugs, wait, wait, I must be tired, it’s votes, of course, it’s votes.
I am tired of people telling me I can’t say Merry Christmas, I don’t care if someone has other religious beliefs than I do, that’s why this is the United States of America, and they should be able to freely practice their religions. I am tired of the ACLU and their frivolous, and costly to defend, anti-religion lawsuits. Maybe we should all sue them for violating our rights and make them tired.
But, don’t, Don’t, DON”T tell me what I should or shouldn’t do. We should all stop caving into a small segment of society trying to tell the majority of us how we should live. If you feel like I do, tell the rest of that small segment that you are tired, tired of them and tired of their nonsense.
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