Letter: More “ifs” about our federal government

More questions of “if.”
If your representative proposes a law, sells its value, convinces the majority and the young worker to pay for it and then votes for it,
Is that democratic leadership?
If your representative proposes a law, passes a law, forces everyone especially the young worker to pay for it then sells its value,
Is that democratic dictatorship?
If your Constitution gives you the right to speak and write,
Are you required to speak or write?
If your Constitution gives you the right to assemble,
Are you required to assemble on demand?
If your Constitution gives you the right to a religion,
Are you required to worship?
If your Constitution gives you the right to vote,
Are you required to vote?
If a new law compels you to participate and pay,
Is it a right or a mandate?
If it is a compulsory mandate for the worker, especially the young worker, to pay for the service for many millions of others,
Is it compulsory service?
If it is a compulsory service,
Is it simply a new Draft for a different purpose?
If the young realize they have just been drafted for life,
Will they protest with their vote?
Will you vote?
Caveat emptor adulescens.
Walt Proctor
Meeker