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GCR - Please be more specific. With what law is there a problem? What do you see as the problem? What attitudes?Originally posted by Giant Communist Robot:
A thorny problem.
I do see an analogy here with civil disobedience. People broke those laws and were eventually rewarded with civil rights. I think the issue in both cases is the larger picture of the law.
There is a problem with the law and it likely is rooted in people's attitudes. At some point a solution will be found.
Immigration, of course.With what law is there a problem?
Legislation will not stop illegal aliens from entering. I mean, this is the problem with the law.What do you see as the problem?
Attitudes about illegal aliens. If we can't find a non-combative solution, then maybe we should look for something positive here.What attitudes?
No.Is there any significant level of illegal immigration in Hawaii?
The law is unenforceable without brutal confrontation. Do we really want to do this? And what's the point of the law? To stop people from coming here? What's that about?As far as I can see, there is no problem with the law, other than the fact that it is not being enforced. We need to enforce the existing laws
well......maybe not.have you just not taken the time to think about it?
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