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Should We Obey All Laws?

Selfmade707 Wrote: May 16, 2012 12:08 PM
Yes, you are right. But it will take millions of us for it to work. We need organization.
magnetar Wrote: May 16, 2012 1:55 PM
at some point the "last resort" will be no longer available kiss the 2nd good by and then you are a slave. do not count of the nobility of US armed forces, there are plenty people willing to stay with their side, just look at Wesley Clark and Petreus
Bill110 Wrote: May 16, 2012 12:29 PM
As long as we have the freedom to vote, and spread the gospel of liberty, we must do all we can to inform the citizens. The ultimate measures are a "last resort".

Let's think about whether all acts of Congress deserve our respect and obedience. Suppose Congress enacted a law -- and the Supreme Court ruled it constitutional -- requiring American families to attend church services at least three times a month. Should we obey such a law? Suppose Congress, acting under the Constitution's commerce clause, enacted a law requiring motorists to get eight hours of sleep before driving on interstate highways. Its justification might be that drowsy motorists risk highway accidents and accidents affect interstate commerce. Suppose you were a jury member during the 1850s and a free person were on trial...