Answer by layh41407 at 10:22 AM on Aug. 22, 2010
Hopefully it goes to the Supreme Court.
Answer by Natesmom507 at 10:28 AM on Aug. 22, 2010
I have a multi-sided coin on this issue. I think it is deplorable that this man lied about the CMH. I'm glad and not too surprised that he is in jail for some con he was running. However, you can't legislate morality. If the SCOTUS rules that you can't lie, then we are all in trouble. Every person tells a lie at some point be it intentional or accidental to be corrected once realized. It is still a lie. I think the sticking point is the lie was only benefitted him, but didn't harm another. But, how do you regulate honesty. That is where integrity comes in. You teach your children to have integrity. To do what is right and honorable even when no on is looking and no one will know. You have to teach them to not be out for themselves and everyone else be damned, but you can't legislate that. This man sucks, but lying - illegal; I don't know.
Answer by jesse123456 at 10:35 AM on Aug. 22, 2010
Answer by waldorfmom at 10:41 AM on Aug. 22, 2010
Answer by itsmesteph11 at 11:28 AM on Aug. 22, 2010
Answer by jesse123456 at 11:29 AM on Aug. 22, 2010
Next question overall
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