Stevieslaw: Republicans to Slash Traffic Regulations

Republicans in Congress, jubilant over their principled stand against overregulation— most recently through a statement by North Carolina Senator Thom Tillis that “maybe the government should not require food workers to wash their hands after using the bathroom,” are moving to remove onerous traffic regulations. “Traffic signals—stop lights and one way street signs—for example, are freedom depriving,” said spokesperson E. Knievel. “If you want to stop at a red light, do so,” he continued, “But why should that be a requirement?”
Evel went on to argue, that while many on the extreme, radical left argue that there are instances in which “collective rights,” trump “individual rights,” such people have a severely warped concept of freedom.
“Dangerous thinking,” he concluded.

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