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From: Craig Kilby <>
Subject: Re: [APG] APG Digest, Vol 4, Issue 122
Date: Tue, 3 Mar 2009 23:45:26 -0500
This discussion is about to send me into a coronary. Rules and
Regulations are NOT law. They are written by bureaucrats. Think of
the book of Leviticus vs. the book of Genesis and the Ten
Commandments. Leviticus is rules and regulations. You may not
believe in Genesis of the Ten Commandments, but it at least sets
forth what someone thought was the law.
Any "rule and regulation" is subject to administrative oversite,
judicial review, and legislative clarification. As has been amply
demonstrated on this list, nobody interprets these "rules" properly
or consistently. I guess what galls me is how people think "rules"
are legally enforceable for the simple reason they are called
"rules." The only people who RULE is we, the governed. I cannot
begin to recount how constituents I saved from "rules" when I was a
state legislator. Again, I reiterate, they are not LAWS.
I suppose the bottom line is to always stick up for your rights. And
if some one tries to block you, keep going anyway.
On Mar 3, 2009, at 6:18 PM, wrote:
> Just another example of someone not understanding what they can and
> can not
> do according to the law.
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