Morality Legislation Famous Quotes & Sayings

5 Morality Legislation Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

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There are always those who say legislation can't solve the problem. There is a half-truth involved here. It is true that legislation cannot solve the whole problem. It can solve some of the problem. It may be true that morality can't be legislated, but behavior can be regulated.Martin Luther King Jr. Morality Legislation Sayings By Martin Luther King Jr.: There are always those who say legislation can't solve the problem. There is a half-truth
Legislating morality grows big government immensely, and helps fashion the noose the government will use to ultimately hang you by.A.E. Samaan Morality Legislation Sayings By A.E. Samaan: Legislating morality grows big government immensely, and helps fashion the noose the government will use
Well, I'm not here to impinge on anybody else's lifestyle. If I'm in a place where I know I'm going to harm somebody's health or somebody asks me to please not smoke, I just go outside and smoke. But I do resent the way the nonsmoking mentality has been imposed on the smoking minority. Because, first of all, in a democracy, minorities do have rights. And, second, the whole pitch about smoking has gone from being a health issue to a moral issue, and when they reduce something to a moral issue, it has no place in any kind of legislation, as far as I'm concerned.Frank Zappa Morality Legislation Sayings By Frank Zappa: Well, I'm not here to impinge on anybody else's lifestyle. If I'm in a place
If anyone tells you that you cannot legislate morality, remeber that legislation IS morality.Jay Alan Sekulow Morality Legislation Sayings By Jay Alan Sekulow: If anyone tells you that you cannot legislate morality, remeber that legislation IS morality.
The Gospel always refers to a pre-existing morality, and confines its precepts to the particulars in which that morality was to be corrected, or superseded by a wider and higher; expressing itself, moreover, in terms most general, often impossible to be interpreted literally, and possessing rather the impressiveness of poetry or eloquence than the precision of legislation. To extract from it a body of ethical doctrine, has never been possible without eking it out from the Old Testament, that is, from a system elaborate indeed, but in many respects barbarous, and intended only for a barbarous people.John Stuart Mill Morality Legislation Sayings By John Stuart Mill: The Gospel always refers to a pre-existing morality, and confines its precepts to the particulars