People are free to fight the ordinances with organizing petitions and attending town meetings. You can change stupid ordinances if you try. The voters and taxpayers have a say on how their city/county is run. Some people move into gated communities and know there are rules there to live there. If you think they are unfair you can try to change them or simply find somewhere to move that suits your needs. Like "Nope" said. You pick your battles. One neighbor wouldn't do it. I have challenged many laws, rules, and regulations in my day. I know how it works. I know also most people want changes but are too lazy to organize to change a damn thing. Just the way people are. Despite annoying ordinance or our laws, this is still the greatest country on Earth and I wouldn't want to live anywhere else.<quoted text>
ok that's a good point, but let's take Lala's analogy with the frog and let's say they "turn up the heat" and now tell you that you can't have a garden in your backyard either because your neighbors think it's an eyesore to them. According to your logic, it seems that your neighbor's preferences take precedence over yours, so would you agree if an ordinance like this was passed? I am not saying this simply to be argumentative, the point is where do you draw the line between your rights and the law, or are you one who will abide by the laws no matter if you disagree with it or no matter how ridiculous the law may be, because there are certainly a lot of ridiculous laws out there which are still in the books that no one even challenges.
YOU arugumentative...NAH, haha