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Billy Joe Fudge splains 'enforce' for Charles Marshburn

Billy Joe Fudge writes:
Laws are general norms of behavior usually deemed necessary: (A) to at the very least remind us of our responsibility to treat others the way we would like to be treated and (B) by our elected officials "to compel observance of" those accepted norms by those who choose to ignore their responsibility to exercise the "Golden Rule". (C) Laws are a waste of the paper upon which they are recorded without negative ramifications for those who habitually violate these established norms at the peril of their fellow citizens, therefore requiring sagacious enforcement (the compelling of observance). - Billy Joe Fudge
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