Privacy Matters in America
In the United States today the government tries to interfere in private lives. There should be no more laws made letting the government interfere in the private lives of people and if there are, people should stand up against this invasion in people’s privacy and sat no. Should the government have the right to interfere in people’s private lives? Does being a part of a representative democracy mean that people can give up their freedom to make their own choices to benefit other people?
I believe any laws made interfering in peoples should be rejected by the people. People should have the courage to say no. I would say no to anymore laws imposing their ways and beliefs on Americans i think people should say no due to the fact that people should not be told what to do with their money especially when they are not doing anything wrong. People should not have to take the burden of other people and have taxes risen. I do not believe that this is what our founding fathers intended the United States government responsibilities to be.
Should the government have the right to interfere in people’s private lives? Democracy guarantees freedom. One might then argue that a government should allow people to act according to their own free will. But, there are always two sides to everything. Absolute independence might not lead to anything productive in a society like ours. There needs to be a basic framework of rules and guidelines in which all participants in society should agree to.
According to Thomas Hobbes, “human nature is that if there were no rules or law enforcing institutions, it would be a war of every man against every man.”The government needs to regulate the activities of individuals in a way that the freedom guaranteed by democracy to all the people is not destroyed by selfish acts of few people.”
Apart from the protection of these basic rights to the people I believe that the government interference in our private lives in...
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