Also about law+324If they're going to pass a law that doesn't allow anyone to do anything with their hands while driving and label it as "the distracted driver law" then logically it should be illegal to smoke in the car too, amirite?
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Also about moral obligation+131My roommate has cheated on his boyfriend, it is now my moral obligation to play songs such as, "Unfaithful", "It's Not Right, But It's Ok", "Kiss N Tell", "Take a Bow" and other songs like these on a constant loop 24 hours a day until he admits what he did was wrong, amirite?
Also about law and moral+44People should stop saying, "don't try to push your morals on someone else" when debating the legality of something, because the law itself is nothing but the widely accepted ideas of what is morally right or wrong. If everybody thought murder was okay, then murder would be legal, but the vast majority do not, so murder is illegal. Everybody has the right to express their beliefs on the matter without being shut down for making a moral argument, amirite?
Also about law and moral+101It's stupid people think that birth control shouldn't be provided by health insurance because they think it's wrong. I don't believe in the war, I still have to pay taxes that support the war. I think organ transplants are morally wrong, so either health insurance shouldn't cover organ transplants for anyone or people can just pick and chose what taxes they pay. No. Moral opinions don't get to make the law. You pay what the government tells you to pay and if you hate it that much, leave, amirite?
Also about moral obligation+325ORGANIZED religion can be pretty frustrating. I don't care what you believe for yourself, but when you have mass numbers of people in a situation of moral obligation to agree with their religious leaders, religion seeps its way into politics when there should be no crossover, amirite?