• If you are.not concerned.
about your responsibilities
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    • It’s easy for those who aren’t poor to go through this lockdown. Imagine living pay check to pay check and now you have no pay checks for 3 months. Easy for someone else to say how easy this is
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    • See he's not wrong that rights require responsibility... But then taking away my rights means fuck you and any responsibility you place on me. Say "stay at home and help your neighbor" fuck yeah I'm in. Say "stay home or we will fine/imprison you" go to hell. Rights and responsibilities both
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    • My Rights don't go away cause you're scared of a virus.
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    • I mean I agree to an extent but personally I am worried about the poor. I mean essential workers arent necessarily poor so you cant categorize them as such. I'm worried about the homeless families, people who lost their jobs and cant work now and cant make ends meet. I'm worried about the (1/3
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    • Wow, someone with actual intelligence. Shame that it’s posted on ifunny where 90% of people here are women-hating and gun-toting idiots shouting about how people are too offended these days whenever they’re the ones pissed off at other’s opinions.
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    • Those who would give up their essential liberties for a little temporary safety deserve neither
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    • As a healthcare worker & health science student, this comment section is frightening, disappointing, selfish, and gives me the feeling of hopelessness. Thank you to the ones I see here, who get what's going on, and care about keeping others safe. To those who don't, I still hope you're safe as well.
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    • Everyone talking shit but hes right. Rights without responsibility is why Rome crumbled
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    • "Don't do that, don't stand up for your rights it reaks of privilege. You have a responsibility to hand over your individual rights to the collective other wise you are selfish." The whole argument is a paradox
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    • Your fear doesn't trump my freedom
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    • Anyone who would give up freedom for temporary safety deserves neither. There is civil unrest in America. If this continues and lockdowns persist, there will be an unprecedented uprising.
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    • I think he’s downplaying the problem. The people who want to reopen aren’t being selfish...they’re starving. Their children are going hungry, they are losing their small businesses, they may be losing their homes. Suicides and domestic violence is up 80%. These people are suffering and this guy....
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    • This man is speaking the fucking truth and you butthurt brats need to realize that and get over yourselves
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    • You know what reeks of privilege? What reeks of privilege are those who are rich and fortune enough to be able to sit on their couches comfortably and ride this out. I am grateful to be one of them. What’s privileged is thinking that small businesses and lower income households won’t be affected...
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    • If you have a problem with anything he said, you're part of the problem. Nothing he said was controversial or even insightful. It was just a basic explanation of how we should act on our rights.
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    • He thinks rights are privileges. Which can be taken away, a right it awarded for being born in that country. Rights don’t carry a responsibility because they are given to every human in that country thus calling it a “human right” taking that away is a “human rights violation” dumbass guy
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    • None of you actually listened and internalized any of that. There's like 10%of people here who understood this and didn't care. 80% of you just want to believe that he's attacking your life. He's just asking for you to not be a selfish a-hole and reflect on your own actions. Another 10% got it.
      UwUbacon 16 may
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    • Fuck this guy for trying to equivocate people trying to go back to work and continueing making a living to an inability to be trusted with firearms
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    • That was fantastically well-said.
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    • This dumbass also said “the first amendment wasn’t created so you can say whatever silly thing pops into your head” ummm no that’s exactly why it was created to protect the freedom of whatever fucking speech u want to say as long as it doesn’t incite violence’s
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    • Voting, is a right and responsibility, going to jail because I went outside is infringing on my rights.
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    • Holy shit there's a lot of people on here who refuse to think about anyone but themselves
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    • I understand and respect his opinion but you also have to respect the opinion and actions of those who protest mandatory quarantine because it really is grab a inch and they'll take a mile for the government. We shouldn't roll over and let the government do as it pleases on our rights.
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    • Oh cool a left leaning post, there should be some educated, philosophical conversations discussing different ideas, peacefully below!
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    • the majority of the people in this comment section would take this more seriously if they or a loved one had COVID19. I work in healthcare, we have had several residents die from this. You heal slowly or suffocate to death. There is no cure that’s why this is so important to help the curve.
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    • Actually no the second amendment is there so you have the means to protect and overthrow your government if it becomes oppressive. This is written within the declaration of independence, also certain policies, especially in California don't make sense. How can I go to a grocery store and touch (1/2)
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    • Wow this comment section really shows how the COVID 19 spread so fast.
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    • He has a good point, this is actually a pretty good argument and I respect this man for sharing this opinion. However, what I believe is privilege is acting like the economy isn't ready to collapse pretty soon. See, it's easy to act like we're being selfish by wanting to open the country back up-
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    • I agree with him. Honestly too many Americans are selfish nowadays and can't even hold off on a year so we can get a damn vaccine ready. Yes the economy is in shambles, but there is nothing we can do except stop the spread of this virus to people who will die from it. We can come back from this, but
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    • Why are you hating he only called idiots idiots
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    • I don’t think he’s entirely right here, he portrays rights and responsibilities as being two sides of the same coin while it’s actually more like two weights on a scale. If you prioritize what you deem someone else’s “responsibility” you’ve suddenly taken away their rights, their beliefs and 1/?)
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    • The guy said the 1st amendment doesn't allow us to say what we think. He is taking the Constitution and spinning it around in his own words to make it sound what he wants.
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    • So it's my personal responsibility to not impose on you to open up the country but it's okay for you to impose on me to stay at home? So because you want to stay home and because you want everybody to stay home you want me to stay at home and not care about what I have to say? How the fuck does that
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    • I love this comment section so much, really makes me hopeful for the future of western society. I hope we never change.
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    • He forgot the part about the Second Amendment being to protect from our own government becoming tyrannical and taking away our freedoms. He also forgot about the numerous health experts saying lockdowns/masks, etc are ineffective at best, and downright harmful and unhealthy at worst.
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    • Now this is so incredibly biased. People, please keep in mind that this is the same company/news outlet that said all white people are racist and also that black people are unable to be racist. They're left leaning dogshit
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    • The argument of "I do the right thing until someone tells me I should do it then I stop because I don't want to be controlled" is so fucking stupid and immature.
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    • Yes. This journalist has credibility because he’s a journalist. I see
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    • Smells like beta male logic to me.
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    • Levi_USMC 16 may
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    • This the type of guy to hand over his rights because he’s afraid.
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    • Man fuck all this bull I ain't staying inside, I'll crip walk all the way to the nearest Dairy Queen for a Dilly Bar
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    • Rights have no strings attached. Otherwise they wouldn’t be rights. If you ask me how many people have to die for me to give up my rights, I’ll tell you more than those who died to defend my rights
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    • This is well fucking said and 100% true
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    • There's a hole in the entire logic. They're using decrees and temporary laws to enforce lockdowns. The government took both the right and the responsibility away with one action, and in extreme situations, it can be needed...but 1/2
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    • This is great and all until you realize a governor made seeds illegal so people couldn't try to grow their own food during this crisis. This is a good argument until you realize we're ignoring the tyranny that is happening at the same time as the virus.
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    • There an issue with his second point that you see alot in early military training. The if you cant do "x" how can i trust you to do "y". Maybe my ability to keep a lace tucked in doesnt have anything to do with my ability to do maintenance on multi million dollar equipment. (1 of 2)
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    • He makes some good points except for the economy. The economy has to reopen. Shutting down was never to keep people from getting ever getting sick. It was to keep healthcare workers from getting overwhelmed and people dying from lack of help.
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    • We also have a responsibility to protect our rights
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    • I think what everyone on this app is forgetting is that we don’t give a fuck about what you think regardless of what you’re trying to argue and anyone who argues about politics on a meme app is retarded
      Ben10025 16 may
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    • Hey guys I'm selfish for wanting to maintain my rights for myself and everyone else. Fuck off
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    • Meanwhile on the comment section highschoolers who have no idea how the world works argue over things they know nothing about lmao
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    • As if Now This cared about the second amendment.
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    • I love all the comments misquoting the first sentence of the video. He is saying if you are only concerned about your rights and not your responsibilities then you are selfish. But everyone is stupid and heard if you care about rights you are selfish
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    • Will you return the shopping cart? Will You Return The Shopping Cart? WILL YOU RETURN THE SHOPPING CART?
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    • Everybody is saying “it’s not just about the lives. It’s about the economy” why is everybody acting like the economy can’t be fixed after this. When the economy crashes it’s not the end of the world. When a person dies it’s the end of their world. The economy is not more important than the people
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    • I agree with his view on rights however he doesnt mention the flip side of the arguement about the people who are willing to take away peoples rights. Rights are mostly hard to get back once lost for instance lose free speech and you can discuss the right of speech lose the right to bear arms and an
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    • Imagine serving your country in ww2 and living all these years just to die to some dumbasses who feel like their rights are being stripped away. Wonder why other pandemics have had more deaths?.. because we didn’t do anything. We’re doing something now, and have kept the deaths very low. Idiots.
      OCDistic 16 may
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    • “Responsibility to society” -I bet this guy thinks taxation isn’t theft. Fucking cringe
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    • So much journalisming, Glad he didn’t share his extremely one sided opinion.
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    • But see the ones that were made "essential" are still gonna suffer because THE TRULY ESSENTIAL.. THE delivery pipeline and acceptance for meat, produce, and other farm based bringing are the ones suffering. Because big stores and mom and pops and all this other shit is shutting down or shut down the
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    • I’m guessing this is Vice
      Nfruits 16 may
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    • I get where you're coming from, but you took the second amendment part and started a rant of your own translation.
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    • But the responsibility lies with the right. Taking away others right because of the responsibility it implies is not justified. We don’t take away everyone’s cars because people drink and drive
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    • The concept of rights and responsibilities are entirely correct but it’s what comes after thats misinformed. The government and corporations are doing some really FUCKED UP shit right now. The guy in the video wants to talk about the tie between rights and responsibilities when those rights have alr
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    • When your wife is on unemployment and she is making double what I make actually working, I think people who are on it are doing just fine sitting around collecting a paycheck that’s usually double what people who actually work get
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    • As soon as he started talk I thought “Oh, the comments are gonna be RIPE on this one”
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    • I’m not saying we should all disregard quarantine to go help the economy or whatever, but if you have the right to an assembly, that right doesn’t suddenly disappear because of a virus. The responsibility part is knowing when to exercise that right, and when politicians are saying...
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    • Finally, an American I can stand beside with shared values. You'd all do well to start using your fucking brains and put aside your arrogance, stupidity and unearned self-righteousness before your whole country is infected with Trumps and no one trusts a word you say
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    • I don't understand how people are actually offended by this. I don't see how his view isn't bipartisan. Inherent in our humanity is our ability to cooperate and help one another
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    • He’s 100% right but IFunny will hate him because of his job
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    • I still find it amazing the US, supposed to be the land of the free and the home of the brave, "brave", meanwhile the rest of the first world countries are handling the pandemic WITHOUT fear of civil war over confusion between civil rights and social responsibilities. Im not saying Americans should
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    • O K B O O M e r. We have a higher chance of getting struck by lightning than we do dying from this shit, assuming you even catch it. If you’re so scared because of your old and weak immune system then YOU stay the hell home. Fucking ironic as hell when you call our generation weak and disrespectful
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    • Govt creates Patriot Act, massive citizen surveillance is exposed, kiddie lovers are discovered in high places, law enforcement tramples on our rights, more bills are passed giving more power to the govt: *citizens are "meh"* govt asks citizens to stay home to slow down the spread of a virus:
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    • All, or at least most of y’all are stupid trumptards who think your actions bear no responsibility. This man is absolutely right. Now go fuck a MAGA hat
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    • I like to not state my political opinions on this profile. And what I’m about to say is in no way anti 2A or pro 2A. It just seems to me all those people wearing plate carrier and holding their guns are people who think they’re hella tough and could be special forces when in reality they’re just (1)
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    • 3 seconds in and this is already the dumbest fucking video
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    • How is me going outside of my own accord (as well as prescribing social distancing and wearing a mask where apllicable) hurting anyone other than the other people who have also decided to go outside. That's the question that everyone fails to answer, they only say "you're endangering lives", how?
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    • I see his argument, especially with 2a as reaching. People's beliefs about corona, either right or wrong, should not tell people that they're not responsible enough to have a gun or for use it for protection.
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    • I own a buiseness ( tree care and removal for emergencies is all I've been able to do) and I'm struggling working my ass off. I've had 3 of my friends that were" essential " that are now drawing unemployment and fishing at a lake house for the next 3 months. I'm a marine vet, couldn't imagine even1/
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    • When you ticket people for going to church on Easter it doesn't have anything to do about "being responsible" it has to do with "this is my right" because when it comes to freedom of religion which he didn't mention in the first amendment (which is the most important) you can't tell someone they
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    • There is a difference between the government requesting and ordering. It is not the government right to order us to do anything. We order the government. The government however can ask us to do something. I am fine with "please wear masks, if you feel at risk stay home.".... cont 1/2
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    • You all preach that you’re fighting against this just because it’s mandatory and how you would do it willing if you were just asked instead of forced, you’re all full of shit. I don’t know how it is in other states but in Ohio we went a couple of weeks with just staying at home being a suggestion
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    • The people mad and not in agreeance about him calling out the idiots in the protests not bothering to practice atleast some basic fucking hygienic things to prevent spread of sickness are just mad cause they were called out. I wouldn’t be mad if they were exercising a right to protest... while
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    • Now This publishes this but would throw us in prison for “Hate Speech” if I told a parent they shouldn’t stick a child with hormones to change their gender
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    • Ask not what your country can do for you, but what you can do for your country
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    • Shut the fuck up retatd, there are no responsibilities in rights the rights are there to prevent the government from going too far but you braindead fucks keep giving them more power
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    • No. The 2nd amendment is to protect against a rogue government. Wtf is thw quack saying
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    • These trump supporter type americans are the ones who dont understand laws but will yell out the first two amendments to justify everything. God people are dumb here and such sheep
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    • And who are you to decide what I’m responsible for?
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    • The US constitution is heavily based on the social contract by Rousseau. We give up some personal liberties for the well-being of the community. If you are not struggling for work, please stay home for the betterment of society. If you believe that America is a great country, (1/2)
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    • No, bullshit. It’s when petty politicians start arresting people because they don’t trust WE THE PEOPLE to make good decisions, that’s when we start lining them up and knocking them down for those rights. SHALL NOT BE INFRINGED. Where are all my Constitutionalists at??
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    • He is not wrong on the responsibility. But 1. Those who dont practice those responsibilities does not mean they forfeit their rights. His type of thinking is a dangerous one and is why governments would easily let tyranny rein. Guys you need to know your constitution and bill of rights, but....
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    • This dude is a commie. My not wanting to give up freedom of assembly is because of twinkies? Try again bootlicker.
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    • Anything by now this is just liberal propaganda
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    • I HAVE NEVER AGREED WITH ANYONE MORE
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    • Those who would give up essential Liberty, to purchase a little temporary Safety, deserve neither Liberty nor Safety.
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    • This guy is fucking retarded
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