28 Oct 13

A friend and lawyer in NY comments on NY’s new draconian, incomprehensible gun laws:

“We lawyers deliberately make legal verbiage as difficult and tedious as possible, because:

1) It forces an extended time-frame for review, and guarantees unending litigation, keeping many erstwhile unemployed bureaucrats and legal staffs busy, producing no useful product, but endless reams of paper!

2) Makes it impossible for the average person to ‘de-code,’ without hiring lawyers.”

Comment: The citizen cannot comprehend what is in store for him, by design! Who piously say “know the law” are naive fools! The law has become “unknowable,” as not even legal scholars can tell you if your are “law-abiding” or not!

“Who would retain their respect for laws and sausages had best refrain from watching them being made!”