Obviously! It should carry MMS and strict for 2nd++ offense..
Yah, first fine, then jail, mild jail time.
Last edited by scourge99; 02-24-09 at 07:49 PM.
If you believe in the Supernatural then you can become a millionaire!
Questioning or criticizing another's core beliefs is inadvertently perceived as offensive and rude.
And of course I should be able to do whatever I want, provided I don't physically harm someone else, or take something from them. As should everyone.
Regardless, making hurt feelings a criminal act is pretty goddamn ridiculous.
Where did I say that?"It aint my fault people, my kids helped ruin the family too!"
Where did I say it was "ok" to cheat? I simply said that lying or hurting someone's feelings shouldn't be a criminal act.I love it. There is a problem in the relationship, so instead of dealing with it, you think that it is ok to **** another person. Sounds like you and those that you have known that do this are truly healthy in the emotional department.
What if your spouse won't agree to a divorce?
Then what is the point?There should be a consequence beyond a simple divorce, or child support.
It is not punishment... it is another consequence. Will it get people to think
before they screw around? Irrelevant. That is not the point of such a
Who said it was acceptable? Who said it wasn't selfish? Who said it wasn't untrustworthy?That being said, I find it absolutely hilarious, and at the same time completely and utterly pathetic that certain people justify such behavior as acceptable, instead of labeling it for what it is... completely selfish and untrustworthy.
Sadly Bodhi, you did not "prove your case" by any stretch of the imagination.I had this debate before and proved my case logically and beyond refute, and I am not that interested in getting that into it again. It is disheartening, for one thing. This is why I ended up not going into law enforcement and law.
Originally Posted by Jerry