More thoughts on H 117

Most of the Senators in the State Affairs Committee were like the Republicans in Wisconsin in one sense. They ignored the requests of the majority they were hearing from. That is where the similarity ends. You see, the people that showed up in Boise were not there to request special rights, they were there to beseech their senators to protect universal, unalienable rights enshrined in both the national constitution and our state constitution. They were not there to demand more of their government, but rather less. They were just requesting that the state interpose itself so that they could be left alone. Unlike the political activists in Wisconsin, they were on their own dime and did not need a fraudulent "sick note" from a”doctor”. And unlike the Republicans in Wisconsin most of our senators chose the easy way out. It took no courage to side with the central planners and against the people.

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