Senator Jacqui Lambie has struck a chord with some and a very raw nerve with others in her latest Parliamentary offering on vaccinations.
The Tasmanian Senator was on her feet speaking against a bill from One Nation which would prohibit the Commonwealth, state and territory governments, councils and private businesses from giving different rights to the vaccinated compared to the unvaccinated.
Senator Lambie spoke strongly about choice and consequences.
And she has copped both praise and criticism for her stance.
She said the bill claimed to be about discrimination, but that wasn't what One Nation was about.
"One Nation is not a fighter against discrimination, One Nation seeks to profit from it. It's just a fundraising exercise for them, and that's all it is.
Ms Lambie said the people who need protection against discrimination are those who can't get vaccinated for reasons beyond their control.
"If you are able to get vaccinated and choose not to, discrimination is the wrong word. That's not discrimination, you have freedom to make a choice, and if you make a choice, those choices have consequences."
And she is right.
Choosing not to be vaccinated is definitely a choice for all of us. But we must be prepared to live with the consequences of those choices.
It's not the first or last time a government, business or an organisation has made a call on something like this.
For many people who choose to travel overseas, we get vaccinations to ensure we don't get some of the more common ailments which still exist in some countries - and most don't bat an eyelid at this.
If we speed on public roads, we must be prepared to deal with the consequences of fines and worse should we crash at twice the speed limit risking other people's safety.
We make a myriad of other choices through our daily lives, and live with the consequences of those choices.
The vaccination situation is no different. You choose and live with the consequences.
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