Let's be clear: If the government wants you, they're gonna get you. The laws aren't there to uphold social norms, they're there to club you over the head and drag you off in a way that seems justifiable to the unwashed masses, should the authorities so choose to do so
So what do you want - for the government instead of using laws, lawyers and judges to use some sort of random voodoo guesswork? Get the bad laws changed!
Body armour for all kids in USA hanging on every classroom wall and bulletproof lockable doors that cant be shot out please
They have taken an oath as servants of the people, but instead, seek to rule over them as their masters and confiscate/limit the fruits of their labor and give them to those who have not earned it in exchange for political favor, and try to control what private citizens spend their own money on, while limiting the amount of success someone is allowed to attain.
So the poor have no Right to food, what a horrible uncivilised unChristian country, would be ridiculed at the United Nations, have them depend on what - Christian charity? As a scientist I know that if a population is starving the likelihood of shootings and stabbings increases, which all American citizens do not want. Do a poll - How many Americans want themselves and their children to be tortured for money and physically shot and killed? And would you give a five percent tax to avert this possibility? Pretty much everybody would say yes they would pay the tax.
On the big chess board if the missile defence system is put in check by the Russians then America would have to move its pieces to perform more invasions of Arabic countries pre-emptively
Russia has good relations with Iran. What if Russia orders Iran to fire nuclear weapons at Europe? Or at Israel knowing that the USA intervened in Serbia - a Russian-controlled country. If Iran caused trouble to Israel the USA would have to nuke Iran, if Iran has nukes for secondstrike at Europe this is unacceptable under NATO
Any sufficiently advanced bug is indistinguishable from a feature. -- Rich Kulawiec