|Originally Posted By chapperjoe:
I think you misunderstood me.
Nonetheless, common sense laws make our life easier by catching and penalizing and deterring negative elements in our society, e.g. rapists, murderers, drug addicts, street racers, vandals, etc.
I think it's quite reasonable to have to present evidence that your drugs are in fact legal upon questioning (, of course in a legal process during which such a question would arise. Stop and Frisk is stasi/kgb horseshit. If you're puled over and the cop sees a pill bottle, sorry dude, I have NO problem with him asking you for a prescription.)
You have registration on your car, I carry a carry permit, etc etc.
Originally Posted By SimonPhoto:
Originally Posted By chapperjoe:
given the scourge of people abusing the drugs I need to just get through some days, I have no problem with this law.
Why? Because there are laws that make it harder for you to get them?
Laws make your life harder, and your proposed solution is... more laws?
Or under 10 rounds in your handgun, no shoulder things that go up, or bayonet lugs, right? I mean who's against common sense gun laws?