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ELDeplorable-O [S] -1 points ago +2 / -3

Is already allowed

You can kill anyone you want if you can do it

We don’t live in a police state where you have to check with a police every time you leave your house

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rob9 3 points ago +3 / -0

Is already allowed

What are you on about?

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ELDeplorable-O [S] 1 point ago +2 / -1

You can kill … today now

You have the freedom and free will to murder anyone that you choose

There will be consequences, of course

But people who commit murder usually think they can avoid the consequences

It is really that difficult to understand what freedom implies? Is it scary to you the realization, that what holds society together are good manner and good morals … not good laws?

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rob9 1 point ago +1 / -0

But your post was specifically about law makers and abortion? So laws seem pretty relevant.

Is it scary to you the realization, that what holds society together are good manner and good morals … not good laws?

That is true to some extent. Most people are bound by their morals. Which are different for every person on the planet.

So a lot of people are mostly kept in check by laws. See the riots after the average police shooting: A large subsection of society knows that laws will not be enforced, so they start stealing, destroying, injuring and killing.

A much smaller number of people steal or burn down building during times were laws are enforced.

Whether we should live together with people with such morals might be a interesting discussion, especially since they have significant long term influence on the laws themselves.