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Should Congress be forbidden to pass laws that don't apply equally to lawmakers, the Executive Branch, and the Supreme Court?

  • Same laws for everyone

    Yes, Congress should only pass laws that will equally apply to everyone. When those congressmen are considering a new law, they need to know that it will personally affect them and their families, no exceptions. They shouldn't be able to "opt out" like they are already doing with that Obamacare: they want it for us, but not for themselves.

  • Yes, I agree that Congress should be forbidden to pass laws that don't apply equally to lawmakers, the Executive Branch, and the Supreme Court.

    Yes, I agree that Congress should be forbidden to pass laws that don't apply equally to lawmakers, the Executive Branch, and the Supreme Court because the United States of America was founded on the principle that all should be created equal. If Congress were allowed to pass laws that do not support the equality of the individuals within these branches of Government and other individuals in this country, the quality of which this country was based would be incongruent with its values, and therefore would not succeed eventually.

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