You know, there are already many decrees that direct your daily life.
Mandates are already intrinsic to many aspects of our daily lives, so much so that we hardly think about them. So why does the idea of a medical mandate upset so many feathers?
Mandates exist in all parts of our lives. You wake up in your house built to a mandatory code, perhaps paid for with rent and a mandatory bond submitted to an independent authority.
You can drive a car with your compulsory insurance, use your compulsory driver’s license, and drop your child off at a public daycare, where they are required to be vaccinated under a “no jab, no play” policy, or at school, which follows a compulsory curriculum.
You go to work in your mandatory dress code, eat food from a store that adheres to mandatory health codes, and cross the street at the mandatory crosswalk.
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