No mask, no service

"No mask, no service" is only controversial because the people affected by it are used to being on the giving end of such restrictions, not the receiving end.

Gun-rights activists love to claim that they're members of the unorganized militia until you point out to them that the Constitution doesn't make any distinction between the organized and unorganized militia and that Article I, Section 8 explicitly grants Congress the right to organize, arm, and discipline the militia.

There comes a point when the people demand the government do something. When the majority is large enough, that's not tyranny anymore - it's representative democracy in action. At that point, if the government fails to do what the people demand, that's tyranny.

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