On wearing a mask
As I was driving this morning and had to keep to the right side of the road, it dawned on me that why couldn’t I drive on the left side of the road? Where in the Constitution does it say I have to drive on the right? Then forcing me to drive on the right is a violation of my constitutional rights! Oh, perhaps we as a society have agreed to give up our “constitutional” rights and agreed there is some mutual benefit for all of us to drive on the right side of the road.
Wow, so we can all agree on something that benefits all of us!
Now many believe our “constitutional rights” are potentially challenged by asking all of us to wear a mask — only while his pandemic lasts. Could this “infringement” on our rights be like driving on the right side of the road — a public safety issue for all?
JAMES R. BOOSE
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