"There is the letter of the law, and then there is the spirit of the law," Vice President Joe Biden told conference participants. "We intend to make sure the spirit of the law is what's actually followed here, in addition to the letter."
Do you think that government should follow the spirit of the law or the letter of the law? If they intend to make sure that both spirit and letter are followed, then why bring it up at all?
Asked by Anonymous at 12:14 PM on Mar. 23, 2009 in Politics & Current Events
I wonder what the officer would say if I told him / her "I know I was going too fast, but I was following the spirit of the speed limit instead of the actual number".
Mighty Joe Biden talks out of both sides of his mouth. Every time they let him near a mic it leaves the American people wondering why Obama picked him as VP.
Answer by Anonymous at 12:46 PM on Mar. 23, 2009
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Anyone have scripture to prove that you should have interracial marriages?