GOVERNMENT MUST INSTALL SOCIAL LAWS, OF BEHAVIOUR
gov. to establish laws for their society, so they do not destroy ones because of them. gov. laws, not gov. businesses and banks, but the gov. to set up legit laws NOT to do, and TO do laws,like most all would agree upon are good. choose which social laws to install and are the best to everyone.
What's this supposed to mean?
What Country are you referring to?
America already has (or had anyway)laws governing social behavior, from everything from stealing to public nudity to lying. (Well, the laws on lying should be stricter in some cases).
Would you mind clarifying your post?
No stealing, no murdering, no unwanted physical contact (oh, wait, we've got all those) no trespassing, no name-calling, no stalking, no gobbing on public property, especially no gobbing on public property, no smoking in public domains, no artificial chemicals, fungicides, insecticides on agriculture intended for public consumption, no life terms for Supreme Court justices. Ok, I had to throw that last one in.
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