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Old 06-12-2010, 09:10 AM
 
Location: NJ
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Because just about every one is a lawyer and every law is written in legal language that only a team of opposing lawyers and a judge can interpret. Even then, just until the decision is appealed and reversed by another group of lawyers and a judge. Guilty? Who the heck has the time and money to find out? Laws should be clear enough to be understood without the help of a lawyer.

Can you say, 'loophole'? Obamacare law and the tax code are in an ultra complicated format created by lawyers to accomodate covert intentions and confuse the people who are legally bound by its words.

These guys are living in a parallel world with their own language and rules that intentionally disenfranchise the 'outsiders' and make them dependant.

Your eyes and ears are not reliable enough to determine if you witnessed a crime. It would take years of litigation to know and who is to say if the original decision were to be reversed.

You go to the dentist and have to sign a release, do you have any clue as to the legal implications if you ended up in court? Of course not, in fact your lawyer would claim one position and the other lawyer would present his own interpretation, all acccomplished downstream of the event and greased by a ton of legal fees.

You are in a foreign country hearing a language you cannot understand except the phase, 'elect me and I'll take care of you". Thousands of trial lawyers can't be wrong, just ask senator Menendez.

The fabled Somerset prosecutor and iron mike the judge saw the law differently than they applied it. We saw it as crime, they saw it as technically feasible. Laws, bills, rules have to written so common people can understand what is right and what is wrong.

So much of what common people would call crimes in Nj are permitted by law. Start there.
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