Obviously! It should carry MMS and strict for 2nd++ offense..
Yah, first fine, then jail, mild jail time.
Before you are given a license to drive you must go through training and become familiar with the laws of the road.
This cannot be said for marriage.
Marriage is again a civil contract and covered under civil law, period. The drivers license and breaches of that license are criminal and can be civil if physical damage is involved.
So I am asking do you want to make marriage a privilege? Rather than a inalienable right?
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There I just listed 3 victims off the top of my head.
...and that's not including any children born from adultery....or any public assistance a 3rd party mother would need to take care of that child...
There's 5 victimizations from a single act of adultery, of which the state is hit twice.
Originally Posted by Jerry
My point was to show that rules not literally, physically listed on the actual license itself still apply.
Nothing in my rebuttal to that point has anything to do, whatsoever, with what kind of law we are speaking of.
We are discussing if it should become something else.
I'm open to the possibility and am exploring it.
The questions I have quoted from your post here do not serve that end, so I choose to ignore them.
this has already been covered. Adultery doesn't cause the problems for kids, neglect does. If your spouse cheats you are not obligated to neglect your kids.children,
how so? Once again, adultery doesn't require divorce. Its divorce that would cause damage to this "public assistance" if such damages even exist, which I don't believe it does becauseand any applicable public assistance.
1) you don't sign an agreement with the gov't explicitly defining such damages
2) Benefits are revoked upon divorce.
what about them? Sounds like a civil matter once again. Its no different than unmarried couple having a child. For some reason you are obsessed with the belief that having a ceremony and signing a piece of paper automatically makes one have better kids. This is an abstraction from the real problem: that kids require parental attention and guidance. Such doesn't magically appear just because you are unmarried or married because marriage does not enforce such behavior. The reason why kids suffer more in broken homes has nothing to do with whether the parents signed a piece of paper or had a marriage ceremony so such an illogical conclusion is a petty attempt to use fallacious reasoning that correlation equals causation for neglect of children....and that's not including any children born from adultery...
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