(Granted, it's just the opposition talking about it now, but I have faith in Smitherman to pick the most freedom-hating option.)
And Frank? What the hell? Didn't this guy want private health care a few short years ago?
Klees says the law would
create jobs for bureaucratspromote awareness. So why not just print off a bunch of posters and pamphlets and distribute them to the local library? Because in Ontario, it's acceptable to withhold government monopolized services to force consent.
If the purpose of a driver's license is to ensure that you're a safe driver, then why on Earth would it have anything to do with your organ donation or high school education intentions? And I guess now, if you carry the bill through logically, you have a univeral right to health care... so long as you do what we want.
(Of course, if all the government wanted was for everyone to have access to health care and education, they would have just subsidized insurance and tuition... but I digress.)
Credit for the quote and a hat tip go to The London Fog. If you don't read them, you should.
x-posted to Institute for Liberal Studies
UPDATE: due to a long, drawn out argument with Matt, I am refining the title of my post.