KBCraig wrote: It's clearly illegal. I just said I don't see a problem with it, because while illegal, it's not wrong. And yes, there is a big difference.
That is a fascinating mindset. I have an 11 year old daughter, what other laws can I tell her that to do the proscribed acts are illegal, but not wrong. Just curious.
Laws that forbade hiding Jews in Germany, or runaway slaves in America, come quickly to mind.
Laws that mandate reporting your neighbors for political transgressions.
Laws requiring certain people to use the back entrance, use separate water fountains, or sit in the back of the bus.
Laws that proscribe two adults engaging in a business transaction of their own free will, where no one else is harmed.
Any law that limits what people may do with their own bodies, so long as they do not endanger or harm others.
And, might I add, laws that require your 11 year old daughter to be injected with an untested, unproven, risky vaccine against sexually transmitted diseases, just because the governor has been purchased by a pharmaceutical company.
This is not a "fascinating mindset". This is the American
mindset, that unjust laws ought to be disobeyed.