So, if there was a law that required you to kill your best friend, then you would be morally wrong if you did not carry out the execution.<quoted text>No dumbazz. That means that if a law exists, then it should be followed. The response is perfectly coherent to anyone above an IQ of about 20. So yes, if the law is that immunization is required to attend school, etc, then it has to be met, or the other option is home schooling where the law does not apply..
If there is a law stating that because of your race you cannot sit at the front of the bus then you are morally wrong from sitting at the front.
If there is a law that says that you must, because of some disorder that you have then you must terminate yourself.
It seems that your theory that the law dictates morality--rather than morality dictating the law.