posted on Apr, 18 2011 @ 09:14 PM
reply to post by Skerrako
Moral Compass... Dont think so.. You asked a question and I answered it. If you are going to attempt to draw a paralell then maybe you should have
used an example that is at the same level as the situation in Michigan, and not use a Federal comparison that is not a comparison at all.
The Constitution is open to interpretation and change.. If it werent black people would still count as only a partial person.
In Michigan its a law.. The law does not violate the State Constitution, and until the people repeal the law, it is what it is.
Its been there for some time... its nothing new....
And so I understand your argument, you are saying that because politicians dont listen to the people, that we should just not vote or get involved?
How exactly does that solve anyhting?
The only thing infantile in this is the manner in which you twist the situation in order to fear monger. Please explain how you come to the conclusion
about voting out the law if they cant vote? You do understand how basic politics work right? In this case, the people of the STATE would need to vote
to repeal the law, since its a STATE law. City Council would not be able to vote on trepealing the law because they are LOCAL and not STATE.
See the difference there?
and as I said since post 1 for me.. Your title is misleading as they are finance managers and not city managers. There is a difference contrary to
your thought process.
edit on 18-4-2011 by Xcathdra because: (no reason given)