Tuesday, September 30, 2014

The Rule of Law in a Civil Society

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According to ABC radio news, President Obama has decided not to take action on amnesty for illegal aliens (“immigration reformin Left euphemism) until after the 2014 election. Of course, the reason he decided to wait was because some Democrat Senators up for reelection this year are scared silly that they will lose the election if MORE amnesty is implemented before the election. They think the American voter is TOO STUPID to realize there is no difference whether an illegal act is implemented before or after an election. It is still an illegal act that will do great harm to America!

“We know that the law is good if one uses it properly. We also know that the law is made not for the righteous but for lawbreakers and rebels, the ungodly and sinful, the unholy and irreligious, for those who kill their fathers or mothers, for murderers, for the sexually immoral, for those practicing homosexuality, for slave traders and liars and perjurers—and for whatever else is contrary to the sound doctrine that conforms to the gospel concerning the glory of the blessed God, which he entrusted to me.”
~ I Timothy 1: 8-11 (NIV)

Although the above passage is written in relation to GOD’S law, it is the best definition I know for law in general.

1) The law is written for those who violate the law

2) It is not written for those who would not commit the act(s) in the first placethe righteous

3) Therefore, it is written to identify that which is right and that which is wrong for the society. If the law, says going over 70 miles per hour is illegal, then speeding over 70 miles per hour is wrong. Going 70 miles or less is right unless there is also a minimum speed. In which case, the minimum speed and below would be wrong.

4) the law is good IF used properly

5) Unstated in the passage above, but explicit with law, is punishment for those who do wrong. If no such sanction, for some/many people there would be no reason to follow the law.

What happens when there is a change in a specific law? This could be examined either way and the results would be the same. For our example, let’s go from some act being illegal and then becoming legal. The act to be considered is abortion.

When abortion was illegal, it was identified as being wrong/immoral (All laws deal with morality).


“2) how right or wrong something is: the rightness or wrongness of something as judged by accepted moral (legalmy addition) standards”

Encarta ® World English Dictionary © & (P) 1998-2005 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.]

For any such law, there will be four groups of people. The percentage of the people in each group will vary from law to law. However, in each case there will be four groups.

1) There will be people who will not be involved in the act regardless of the law. If illegal, they will not be involved. If legal, they will not be involved. Their GOD/Higher Power morality prescribes the act as forbidden. Abortion is now legal but millions of women would not have an abortion regardless.

2) There will be people who would not do the act if illegal, but under one or more circumstances would if legal. If illegal an abortion would not happen. The law defines it as wrong and provides penalties for the same and for that person it is not worth it while illegal. However, if legal they are not so opposed to it as to not have an abortion if X is true. It might be if raped. It might be if thought her own life was in danger. It might be if having a baby at that time was inconvenient.

3) There will be people who would not do the act if illegal unless they thought they could get away with it. In this case, it is not so much the rightness or wrongness of it but rather the fear of punishment or other harmful resultssocial disgrace, for example. If legal, she would be even more likely to do the act. She might have a limit on when though, as an example. She would not have an abortion if close to delivery date When the baby is a baby.”

4) There will be people who do not care what the law is. If illegal, they will commit the act. Of course if legal, they will commit it. Thus, when abortion was illegal, there were individuals who had abortions. No law has ever stopped everyone from doing the illegal act.

When the Supreme Court, illegally and unconstitutionally allowed a mother to murder her unborn child, the Supreme Court also redefined the morality of murder making it moral to murder one’s own child. Since it was now both legal and moral to commit murder, murders increased exponentially. When we finally regain our sanity, the number of murders will over time exponentially decrease as such murders are recognized as both illegal and immoral.

My first priority is to end the murder of our own children. The first step in that process is to end all federal funding as outlined in my candidacy announcement. It is never moral to commit murder. It should never be legal to commit murder.

My responsibility as a member of Congress is not just to write law. Rather, it is to write law that is necessary and proper given the specific powers granted to Congress under the Constitution. Further, the law should fulfill the require that it be good when used properly. Also, members of Congress must maintain oversight over the law to insure that the law is used properly.

“Article. I, Section 1 of the United States Constitution

All legislative Powers herein granted shall be vested in a Congress of the United States, which shall consist of a Senate and House of Representatives.”

Only Congress has the power to make law. The President does not. The federal bureaucracy does not. The federal courts do not. Quasi-legal bodies within the federal government do not.

If not now, when?

If not now, why?

If not us, who?

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