A law that requires the enforcement of all other laws already on the books.
Aren't some of those laws (in the U.S.) quite redundant these days? I mean, we all have seen the list of weird laws... State by state.
Yep. And if there was a requirement for all laws to be enforced, I imagine a lot of those bizarre laws would quickly be removed from the books.
Not before you were incarcerated for something completely silly, personally.
That would be my first law but since you made that law already, mine would be that politicians children would be the first on the front line when going to war with another country. Somehow, I don't think we'd have as many wars under that law and they would take war a lot more seriously.
Better play it safe and convince one other person to enact a law that enforces the law which enforces the enforcement of other laws.
Expedited trial and execution immediately upon a guilty verdict for child molesters.
All federal laws apply to all federal employees, congress, senate, and cabinet members.
You must wear yellow leather and be nice to animals.
Ugh, I'm staying out of Finland. Yellow just isn't my color.
It's the natural color of our underwear, after two days.
Nice dental work, but that's an anti-Vulcan (I can tell, from the angle of the eye-brows)...
Changing your underwear was not supposed to mean trading it with someone else.
I have some North-Korean pants, that are all blood red. I like the color. Helps me to blend in.
No one will go hungry.
That can happen today?
Not a new law.. but I would move marijuana from the current FDA Schedule I classification of controlled substances down to 3 or 4. It's obviously been categorized incorrectly.
Schedule I substances: heroin, Ecstasy, LSD, quaaludes, bath salts, marijuana, and others..
Schedule II substances: morphine, opium, cocaine, PCP, amphetamines, short-acting barbiturates (e.g. pentobarbital), and others..
Schedule III substances: Intermediate-acting barbiturates (e.g. talbutal or butalbital), Suboxone/Subutex (semi-synthetic opioids), Vicodin, and others..
Schedule IV includes Long-acting barbiturates (e.g. phenobarbital), Valium, Xanax, Ambien, and others..
at this point it's a race across a burning bridge just trying to survive. ith all the damage done every second of every day I don't know which one law would remotely help. I suppoe national single payer healthcare would be a nice start?
Every citizen is, by law, required to eat a minimum of 2 tacos every Tuesday
I'd totally get behind this one. Businesses must adhere to providing a taco bar for their employees.
NO FUZZY STUFF ON THE TOILETS!