Suppose you are approaching a stop sign at a 4 way intersection. Suppose there is a policeman parked in the burm between 2 of the streets near that intersection.
Suppose that you were driving and decided not to make the stop, and proceded to drive right through the stop sign.
The ordinance has been established that you must stop at the stop sign, and failure to do so would result in a citation/ticket/fine.
The police officer, upon stopping you, 'enforces' the ordinance by giving you a citation/ticket. Of course, you can either rip it up if you wish, fight it in court, or pay the fine. Either way, the officer performed his job. Thus, 'enforce' the ordinance, instead of 'looking the other way'.
"What if the American people learn the truth" - Ron Paul
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