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Should We Obey All Laws?

chunt Wrote: Jul 06, 2012 1:32 PM
r the laws really immoral or just given that distinction to start some sort of hoopla? please let us know what immoral laws r constitutional? although i have no slaves, where is it stated that slavery is immoral? as for the remark about the judges. who do u prefer handled the constitutionality of the law?
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Should We Obey All Laws?

chunt Wrote: Jul 06, 2012 1:26 PM
what actual law have they broken? is it a real law or just laws that u preceive to b broken? im not exactly an obama supporter, but imho if u accuse someone if breaking the law, i will ask for specifics. if they truly broke the law, why havent they been charged with something?
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Should We Obey All Laws?

chunt Wrote: Jul 06, 2012 1:16 PM
with a name like that, why would i should believe that she is concerned with anyones constitutional rights?
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Should We Obey All Laws?

chunt Wrote: Jul 06, 2012 1:14 PM
laws were and r made in response to an overall need. every law on the books should b followed-they r there for a reason. imho, using the word "rights" has been totally taken out of context, if more ppl considered being an american citizen as a privilege, the country would run more smoothly. just because a law doesnt directly benefit an individual or individual group does not make a law illegal or undermine the constitution.
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