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Law!

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Major Miner II, Sep 5, 2010.

  1. So let's talk about the law for a little bit.

    Law is usually created for a reason, and the biggest risk we suffer as a society is that people think they have the ability to interpret the law outside the original need.

    So, how much of a detriment do you think these posers are, and do you think they have a duty to actually understand the laws they enforce, and abide by the reasoning behind them?
     
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    What law are we talking about here?
     
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    People who don't understand a law but "uphold" it anyhow are to the detriment of society and should be purged.
     
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    That seems reasonable.
     
  5. Law in general. It's a philosophical discussion.

    Look the word up. It should prove enlightening.