Thursday, September 16, 2010

Public good

So France is on the verge of banning the wearing of burqas in public.

President Nicolas Sarkozy, a staunch advocate for the law, said the ruling is to protect women from being forced to cover their faces and to uphold France's secular values.

In order to protect you from being forced to dress as somebody else wishes, we're going to fine you if you don't dress as we wish.

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