From: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org> To: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 14 December 1998 21:37
Subject: Re: US government on trial
>Samael [Samael@dial.pipex.com] wrote:
>>Another good idea. It would at least get rid of the vast amount of old
>>outdated laws that clog up the law books because nobody can be bothered to
>>get rid of them, as well as providing a good method of making sure that
>>legislation is actually thought about once in a while.
>'The Continuance of Government Act 2005: All laws passed prior to 2005 are
>Geez, think about these things for a moment, won't you?
When the original law is passed that means they have to constantly reconsider old laws, you would set it up in such a way that each law would have to be reconsidered individually. And if public opinion was such that this law was not necessary, it would hardly be created in the first place, would it?