posted on May, 23 2013 @ 01:35 AM
Originally posted by Nuke2013
So, let me get this straight....If a child is in the middle of a four lane highway and about to be struck by a big rig and you take it in to your own
hands to jump accross the lanes and rescue the child...You should get a ticket for J-walking ?
My point is: Laws CAN be broken in extreme circumstances if they are to save another's life.
Well said Nuke2013.
Shame how many hypocrites in this thread who keep ranting about the "law is the law".
A question for all the sanctimonious law worshipers who stated that no one has the right to break the law, no matter the circumstances and if a person
does (even to save a child's life
) they must pay the consequences...
Does this count when you
break the law which you profess to worship so admittedly?
How many laws do you break each day, either by ignorance, mistake, knowingly or perhaps purposely for your own excuse/agenda?
Did you speed today or in the recent past and get away with it? How many times have you turned yourself in for it or paid a self induced speeding
ticket to the state and with it the insurance company's fair share?
Throw away batteries in the trash in the last few years?
If not/ none of the above, search the tens of thousands of fed, state and local laws in your area, then go over everything you did over the last 3-5
years because there is still time to turn your self in, maybe do a little jail time and pay thousands of dollars in penalties so you can live with
Or does it only apply to others or when you are pretending to be something you're not over the net... (rhetorical
edit on 23-5-2013 by kneverr because: (no reason given)