Again, you have just re-presented what I already rejected.<quoted text>
Let's have another look at what I posted this morning...
Fourth sentence down, I asked you a question.
It remains unanswered.
Looks like you're scared to answer it.
You want to define the argument in a very narrow way as to produce an answer that only allows for the conlusions that you want.
Your basic premise is however wrong, that one breaking of a commandment justifies another breaking of a commandment.
You assume to hold that acting contrary to that position is morally wrong.
But upon what basis do you evaluate morality and claim if something is right or wrong/