Useless Laws Weaken the Necessary Laws – Charles de Montesquieu
Guns Are Not the Problem. People Are the Problem, Including People Who Are Determined to Push Gun Control Laws. The Key Fallacy of So-called Gun Control Laws is That Such Laws Do Not in Fact Control Guns. Chicago has very strict gun owner laws; Phoenix has very lenient gun owner laws The More Laws, The Less Justice Make No More Laws than Those Useful for Preventing a Man or Body of Men from Infringing on the Rights of Other Men The greater the number of laws and enactments, the more thieves and robbers there will be Jurors Can Say “Not Guilty” when People Break Unjust Laws Troops Obeying Orders and Citizens Obeying Gun Laws
9 thoughts on “Useless Laws Weaken the Necessary Laws”
violation of laws, unpopular laws, weaken the rule of law, not just some laws…
Yes. And they can’t be routinely enforced but provide a large menu 4 corrupt gov’t 2 target individuals.
And a president that refuses to in force the laws breaks his oath of office and weakens the rule of law.
Tell the man with the phone and pen!
This is so true. There is to many laws. We need to go through the register and get rid of all the laws we don’t need.
just goes to show, if you disagree w @BarackObama or his policies, you get railroaded… just ask @DineshDSouza…
looking to support a “no new laws” candidate. How about we repeal any that restrict & damage our liberty…enforce the rest
And socialist laws are a drain on daily life, tax revenue and freedom. Someone give Sanders and Clinton the memo.
@DamainWard Common Sense has been removed from the Statute Book by Commons Stupidity