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Should the Govt Enforce Their Laws Upon its People To enforce laws upon a society that does not agree with the laws in the first place is not right A government is there to represent its people not to contradict them In order to get people to live in a reasonable society the government has to be open to the peoples opinions and thoughts on laws that arent agreed upon I agree that some laws prevent life from turning into uttermost chaos however if a large percentage of people do not agree with a certain law that is clearly unreasonable life will turn into chaos Its like fighting fire with water The government being the fire and the the citizens being the water The government is strong and has a large amount of authority but if they get out of hand the citizens will wash them out It seems as if the government manipulates peoples minds The government forces the fact that if there were not certain laws people would be out of control which is not necessarily true An assumption is that people will go out and irresponsibily do things just because there isnt a law on it So if the government abolished the law on gun control everyone would go out and buy guns and kill each other Or if there were no laws on drugs and dealing drugs everyone would be addicts Obviously there is the percentage of people who do go out and do things that are illegal and if the laws were made legal that does not mean that everyone else would go out and do it too Laws are supposed to keep life and people in order but what about when people break laws There is the group of people who do go around breaking laws and there are the people who do not The people who do not break laws live their life according
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