If you could make a law what would it be?

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  1. Ytslemp profile image54
    Ytslempposted 5 years ago

    If you could make a law what would it be?

  2. lyndaroux profile image61
    lyndarouxposted 5 years ago

    I would change the BLM back to what they are suppose to do. Protect our wild life.

  3. peeples profile image94
    peeplesposted 5 years ago

    1. All people caught sagging their pants must pay a $200 fine and serve 40 hours of community service.
    2. All people found guilty of any form of abuse on a child under 10 must permanently lose all parental rights and serve a minimum of 20 years in prison.
    3. No animal can be chained for more than one hour at a time.
    4. Marijuana should be legal for all forms of use in all 50 states.
    5. A license must be obtained to own more than 4 dogs or cats in one home.
    I really could go on and on but I will call it quits there!!

  4. jabelufiroz profile image67
    jabelufirozposted 5 years ago

    In order to limit the number of appeals that prisoners make (clogging up the courts with pathetic appeals that have no chance of winning, but the prisoner has nothing better to do than file appeals), institute "Double or Nothing". You're welcome to appeal your sentence. If you win, you go free. If you loose, your sentence is doubled.

    Or you could make it a law that for every law that Congress puts on the books, they must take one law off of the books. We keep sending people to Congress year after year, whether or not we need any new laws, but they feel obligated to make new laws.

  5. pauley13 profile image64
    pauley13posted 5 years ago

    The US alone has something like 170,000 pages of NEW laws EACH YEAR. By some estimates, that's about 80,000 NEW LAWS annually. The EU has an even greater number!

    YOU are being criminalized by MANY of those laws. In effect, you - whoever you are - are already a criminal thanks to all those laws and it's just a matter of when they finally catch your ass!

    The whole point of "legislation" is to get *people to serve the laws* - instead of *laws to serve the people*.

    For this reason, the one NEW law that should be introduced MUST be to prohibit "legislators" from making new laws.

    The ONLY laws we need enforced are nonaggression and protection of individual property rights. All justice flows from those two inviolable principles.


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