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And somehow you are trying to equate this to mean it's based on "someone's" emotions. Their ideals. As if there were no basis in law included.
Will you, just once, post without deception of one sort or another?
Let's not. So why did you forget to include my use of the words, "Their ideals,"? If you weren't trying to change what I said, okay.<quoted text>
not emotion sweetheart, personal belief. let's not change what you said OK?
Is that what you think? Bills written as a result of someone's personal belief or the majority of personal beliefs? As in Mob Rule?? Because the way I was taught was different. It wasn't about personally held beliefs, but in solving the problem using already existing laws. Oh, there's that phrase I used earlier. The one you tried to argue against.<quoted text>
.I'm not "trying" to do anything. I speak only fact. perhaps you need a refresher course on laws and how they are created. they start off as bills that are written as a result of someone's "personal belief" or at least what they believe the majority of their constituents personal beliefs are regarding what rules and guidelines we should live by as a society. The House and then the Senate vote on whether they agree that this bill based on someone's personal belief, should be law.
now I'll ask you again. do all laws disconcert you?
Well argue against this and see how far you get.
"Once a problem is identified, possible solutions for the problem must be identified and discussed. In the American political process, there are generally more than enough proposed solutions to the problems the nation faces. The difficulty lies in sorting through the proposed solution to find the one that will work best. When a member of Congress proposes a bill, he or she is essentially claiming to have found the best (or at least most practical) solution to the public policy problem in question."
"Writing legislation requires precision, attention to detail, an intimate understanding of existing laws and a clear understanding of the proposed policy solution."
Again, I ask, will you just once not use deception as a means of making your point?