Happy Jake Wrote:
Jan 30, 2013 11:39 AM
There's a difference between a law with which you disagree and a bad law. A stop sign is not simply there as a bureaucratic impediment, it's there to safely control traffic. Running the stop sign contains an inherent risk of causing injury to another person. A law against theft is there to protect the individual rights of property owners (and contains a moral component - theft is morally wrong). What does a regulation (is it a statute passed by the legislator or a regulation issued by DNR?) requiring a permit to rescue a wild animal protect?