On 11/7/2013 9:57 PM, Chris de Morsella wrote:
>>So if Florida repeals it's law giving the right to "stand your ground", we will all be
living in a tyranny?
I am not sure I get the point you are trying to make? As far as it matter my opinion on
"stand your ground" laws and those who advocate for them is: that anybody who believes
it is okay to murder another human being because they feel threatened is an utter asshole.
If they are threatened with bodily harm or death? Don't you think self-defense is human
right? Even Hobbes recognized that right, and he didn't recognize many. The question is
whether the person threatened has an obligation to flee. And it ain't murder if it's legal.
So my point is that rights are a matter of opinion, the ethical opinion of society. Legal
rights have expanded most places. Women have more rights than they did when I was a kid.
So do blacks and homosexuals. But when they didn't have those rights, it didn't mean that
nobody had any rights. And we still don't give minors full rights. Bruno seems to think
if we just legalize all drugs that will fix everything, but I wonder if he intends that
children should smoke pot and drink whiskey?
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