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Old Today, 05:54 AM
 
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Then you are choosing to knowingly break the law and, if caught, be deemed a criminal. Your decision. I decided to follow laws and therefore have no criminal record.
Dont be silly, you break multiple laws everyday, you just haven't been caught yet or the govt cops are too busy going after the low hanging fruit to bother with you
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Old Today, 06:00 AM
 
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Dont be silly, you break multiple laws everyday, you just haven't been caught yet or the govt cops are too busy going after the low hanging fruit to bother with you
I've broken no laws, and certainly not multiple ones a day. Don't be ridiculous. Today I will drive to the mall, obeying stop signs and speed limits, and pay for what I buy. Then I will go to the bank to transact some business, all legal. Then I am meeting a friend at the movies this evening, and will pay for my seat. Afterwards, I will drive home, again obeying all laws.

The problem I see is that holier-than-thou people are deciding for themselves which laws are good, and the ones they don't like, they decide to break.
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Old Today, 06:02 AM
 
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Would you harbor Jews during the Holocaust or turn them in?
Oye. Another liberal comparing our country to Nazi Germany.
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Old Today, 06:07 AM
 
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I've broken no laws, and certainly not multiple ones a day. Don't be ridiculous. Today I will drive to the mall, obeying stop signs and speed limits, and pay for what I buy. Then I will go to the bank to transact some business, all legal. Then I am meeting a friend at the movies this evening, and will pay for my seat. Afterwards, I will drive home, again obeying all laws.

The problem I see is that holier-than-thou people are deciding for themselves which laws are good, and the ones they don't like, they decide to break.
Well you have. We live in an age where there are so many laws the govt employees tasked with enforcing them dont know but what a small percentage of them even are.
And by your own "law abiding" claim, would have turned in a runaway slave "because its the law" so shame on you, and thank god for those who are brave enough to practice civil disobedience.
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Old Today, 06:07 AM
 
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In order for thr justice system to work
You better have income to find lawyer on your behalf, have money for bail, and have money to prolong cases like former NBA player Jason Williams who shot his white driver with a shotgun killing him.
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Old Today, 06:13 AM
 
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Well you have. We live in an age where there are so many laws the govt employees tasked with enforcing them dont know but what a small percentage of them even are.
And by your own "law abiding" claim, would have turned in a runaway slave "because its the law" so shame on you, and thank god for those who are brave enough to practice civil disobedience.
Another asinine comparison. Someone escaping slavery 200 years ago is the same as a defiant kid smoking pot on the subway.

And shame on you for condemning people who don't agree with your crazy political take on things.
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Old Today, 06:15 AM
 
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Well you have. We live in an age where there are so many laws the govt employees tasked with enforcing them dont know but what a small percentage of them even are.
And by your own "law abiding" claim, would have turned in a runaway slave "because its the law" so shame on you, and thank god for those who are brave enough to practice civil disobedience.
And P.S. Name a law you think I've broken today,

I really wish libertarians would get off their high horse. You make all sorts of claims against people don't even know.
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I've broken no laws, and certainly not multiple ones a day. Don't be ridiculous. Today I will drive to the mall, obeying stop signs and speed limits, and pay for what I buy. Then I will go to the bank to transact some business, all legal. Then I am meeting a friend at the movies this evening, and will pay for my seat. Afterwards, I will drive home, again obeying all laws.

The problem I see is that holier-than-thou people are deciding for themselves which laws are good, and the ones they don't like, they decide to break.
What are you driving? I want to make sure not to get behind you.
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Old Today, 06:20 AM
 
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Another asinine comparison. Someone escaping slavery 200 years ago is the same as a defiant kid smoking pot on the subway.

And shame on you for condemning people who don't agree with your crazy political take on things.
I applied your own logic and your own words, dont get mad at me.
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Old Today, 06:24 AM
 
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What are you driving? I want to make sure not to get behind you.
I'm not sure what I'll be driving. Depends on what car I decide to steal.
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