1) i do not know to which public library system you refer, but the Houston Public Library System not only has access to hundreds (if not thousands) of databases, but one can in fact access those databases from home, given that one has a FREE
2) you are the only person i see here proposing specious arguments.
3) also available from many
state universities (across the nation) a member of the public may utilise library resources, as well. at the University of Houston (my alma mater) the public are invited in to utilise our resources--they do not have the right to "check out" materials, but they are free to utilise the databases, as well as hard-copy academic/professional journals.
4) i am wondering what happened to you, to make you so abusive towards people you have never met, whose experiences are not the same as yours, as well as the need to right. i am a psychologist, so in truth, i do have some idea, but i try not to shrink people unnecessarily--it is too easy, and absolutely uninteresting.
5) "Second, even if it were true, what of it? This is like the government saying you cannot own a phone or a TV and you telling me that this is fine because you can go talk on a public phone or watch TV in a bar," is a nonsensical statement; i'm not certain that you completely understand the combinations of consonants and vowels you have chosen.