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#21 Mar 21, 2011
#22 Mar 22, 2011
Hey, Eff... I respect your taking issue with my analogy, but you helped to make my point. While both laws may seem rediculous and another way the government controls citizens because... they can, it still doesn't give any young person the right to break laws. When the underage folks choose to drink - they should know that the cup of liquor in their hand is not liberating. Instead, it's just the opposite. You don't fight laws by breaking them.
Regarding prostitution - we are in agreement. I don't think there should be any laws against adults selling just enough of their "stuff" to make a monthly car payment or to put Johnny through school. Hey, the economy is tough). Absolutely, it's immoral. But whose job is it to govern morality?
(I hope my comments are not spiked. I was as delicate with my language as possible).
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