I understand that morals and behavior can't be legislated, and I also understand that EACH of us acts in our own self interest. I also appreciate the fact that Capitalism and Darwinism have a common theme, in that the weak die, and the strong survive and prosper in a free capitalistic system. This provides the consumer more choices at a lower cost. I am reminded of an original people's chief thought I read many decades ago in Montreal, it said in part: 'When contemplating a law, think not the desired result today, but the way it will be used or interpreted in 7 generations.' I am interested in respectful open dialog on the issues that effect all of us.
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