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“I Disapprove of What You Say, But I Will Defend to the Death Your Right to Say It” Evelyn Beatrice Hall

“I Disapprove of What You Say, But I Will Defend to the Death Your Right to Say It” Evelyn Beatrice Hall

We all disagree this we know but letting others think what they want this we don’t seem to be able to do.

We always have to comment wonder how to try convince others of our vision, our religion or to our political party.

Life has brought us all to this exact position so you may never be able to reason with others to bring them to your side.

Use of violence to convince never works not only because you are now allowing yourself to have violence used to have your mind changed but also because all it does is build resentment not true conversion.

Violence will make people agree with you for the moment but real and true discourse will allow you to not only change the mind of that person but their husband, their children, their friends and maybe even others in their communities.

Passion for Policy

To understand the law is important and not just for my ego. It give us all a better tool to deal with all those that try to take advantage of the common person. When something is written down it can be a better way to protect and remember what is right. Written policies help ensure fairness so we dont lose our way as a society.

In 10 years I don’t want to be thinking about what I could have done. I don’t mind where I am in 10 years if I know that I have been fighting the good fight.

I want to ensure that if there is a legal protection or remedy that is available to any disenfranchised person they get it. That if there is a way for me to stick it to the system I do and if there is a law that can be made to help the 99% then we make it.