When handsome Neo-Conservative columnist George Will endorsed the right of Americans to refuse health insurance and foist their emergency room and catastrophic healthcare costs on their neighbors, observers applied his advocacy to other areas of the assertion of individual rights.
Since I do not feel that I need car insurance, I can crash my car into Mr Will's and destroy his probably exorbitantly valued vehicle and cripple him and his family or friends while walking away scot free.
Of course my belief that stopping at red lights and abiding by speed limits are a serious abbrogation of my individual rights overrules the rights of others to be protected from my exaggerated idiocy, Mr Will certainly would not mind me tee boning his Mercedes while his BMW is in the shop from my last vehicular assault.
And surely libertarian Will would find no objection in my exercise of extreme individual rights when I satisfy my animal lust on a variety of pets of my own legal acquisition. Why? And I quote Will's quote of AZ Prop101:
"Because all people should have the right to make decisions about their healthcare...(bestiality, irresposible vehicular insurance and reckless driving)