posted on Nov, 2 2013 @ 10:49 PM
Having read the postings, and watched the video’s the following can be stated:
The main problem is that there are too many laws and regulations. And if the laws and regulations are vague, then perhaps it should be time that the
jury’s hearing these cases should be asked to nullify the laws as well, giving the prosecution something to think about and send a message to the
law makers that such will no longer be tolerated.
But there is another problem that this did not consider, and that is that the lawmakers, in their attempt to take care of people, to protect us,
perhaps are over reaching in their authority. They see it as their duty to try to protect their constituents, which is what they should be doing, to
see that the laws are there as a tool. However, like most, many fail to see or think about what those laws will be like in say 10 years. Doors are
opened up wide, and are rarely shut.
The lawmakers need to start reviewing the laws that are on the books, and we the people need to start to demand that the start repealing such that is
no longer needed or used. Laws that are no longer valid or are prosecuted or even needed in this day and age. Very rarely are the ramifications of
the laws are thought about. The government does not act in a proactive manner, but in a reactionary manner, often passing laws that the people cry
out about at the time. And it is time to stop that. Perhaps we should look to elect federal and state law makers who are going to be willing to go
into office and start to remove laws off the books and make them specific, rather than leaving them vague.