Letters: You can’t have it both ways

Either learn to live in this world or become a hermit and do without but don’t be a hypocrite and demand both worlds.

I have to admit I howled with laughter when I read “Make freedom of choice mandatory” (Chilliwack Progress letters, March 26). Talk about an oxymoron: this ranks right up there with “Political Ethics.”

Mr. Raddysh posts that he is fed up with government surveillance, yet continues to use the very instruments he rails against. He wants the right to refuse vaccinations, but I bet if he or his family came down with a (preventable) communicable disease he would be first in line at his government supported doctor’s clinic or hospital.

Don’t want to be identified? Quit using Wi-Fi or playing games on your Xbox.

Don’t think teachers should be finger printed? Really? Rather have your child targeted by a sexual predator?

Either learn to live in this world or become a hermit and do without but don’t be a hypocrite and demand both worlds.

Jim Haslett