Rhetorical Bestiary: Choice

Washington County Chairman Andy Duyck:
We expect a doubling of the population (in the next 50 years), but yet what we identified as urban reserves only accounted for an 11 percent increase in the urban growth boundary. It means much higher density. It means than in about 15 to 20 years, there will be no new single-family homes being built in this region (…) There are some people that don’t want you to have a choice, I think that’s what this election is really all about.
You should be able to make any choice you want, as long as you choose to live in a single-family home.