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posted: 8/22/2017 1:00 AM

We can't choose which laws we want to obey

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I just read Rod Stephan's comments regarding sanctuary cities, and I thought that his final paragraph really expresses my discontent with the current attitude of breaking the law being OK.

If that is the case, how many laws may I, as a citizen, break without being held accountable for so doing?

I would choose nonviolent crimes like bank robbery without a weapon. I would expect that I would be given any amount requested, with no repercussions.

Breaking traffic regulations would also be a good one.

How reasonable does this sound?

Barbara G. Neuman


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