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Feb. 07, 2011
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ATLANTA -- A state lawmaker from Marietta is sponsoring a bill that seeks to do away with Georgia driver's licenses.Franklin is also behind a bill to legalize gold and silver as currency!
Franklin’s name is on the first 21 bills of the legislative session, including one that would require the exclusive use of gold and silver as tender in payment of debts by or to the state, as required in the Georgia Constitution.But wait, there's more!
Franklin is also behind House Bill 11, which would repeal the authority of the governor to issue mandatory vaccination orders. “I’m a firm believer that no person should be subjected to an invasive medical procedure without their consent,” he said.As is to be expected, statist idiots who think life couldn't go on for one moment without the state micromanaging every aspect of our lives are all in a tizzy over the thought of living in a free society. The assumption is, "if the government doesn't violently enforce civility, then who will?"
Well, besides that being a contradiction on it's face, free people are capable of determining what's in their own best interests. As to a 12-year-old being allowed to drive a car, I'd rather a 12-year-old driving around than some 90-year-old senile person, but I don't see them in a tizzy over that. Besides, the likelihood of someone trusting their car to a child, who would likely have insanely high insurance premiums, is not very probable.