BREED SPECIFIC Legislation; give up rights for the” common good”?
Where the people fear the government you have tyranny; where
the government fears the people, you have liberty.
Politicians, bureaucrats and especially judges would have
you believe that too much freedom will result in chaos. Therefore we should
gladly give up some of our Rights for the good of the community. In other
words, people acting in the name of government say we need more laws and more
jurors to enforce these laws—even if we have to give up some rights in the
process. They believe the more laws we have, the more control, equal a better
society. This theory may sound good on paper, and apparently many of our
leaders think this way, as evidenced by the thousands of new laws that are
added to the books each year in this country. But no matter how cleverly this
Marxist argument is made the hard fact is that whenever you give up a right you
lose a “Free Choice “!
This adds another control. Controls Real Name Is Bondage! The
logical conclusion would be, if giving up some rights produces a better society,
then giving up all Rights we could produce the perfect society. We could chain everybody to a tree for lack of trust. This may prevent a crime but it would destroy Privacy, which is the heart beat of freedom! It would also destroy Trust which is the foundation of dignity. Rather than giving up Rights, we should be giving up Wrongs! The opposite of control is not chaos. More laws do not make fewer criminals! We must give up wrongs, not rights, for a better society! William
Pitt of the British House of Commons once proclaimed, “Necessity” is the plea
for every infringement of human liberty; it is the argument of tyrants; it is
the creed of slaves.
This argument for, Breed Specific Legislation, is an attack on our
basic constitutional rights to personal property. The fourth amendment of the
Constitution, and the 14th amendment section 1. Equal protection under the law.
Do what is necessary with the resources you have to enforce
already existing law, rather than punish the entire population for the deeds of