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People don't commit those

People don't commit those crimes out of fear of consequences, they just have no desire to act that way. Things like murder, robbery, rape, torture, etc. are not moral legislation, they are legislated because people who do those things are doing them to another person, thereby harming them. People mostly refrain from speeding because they don't want to get into an accident at high speeds, not because of a fear of being ticketed. An actual example of legislation of morality would be something like the southern states criminalizing consensual homosexual sex while they clearly have no business barging in on their bedrooms. The war on drugs is legislation on morality. You can't have a crime without a victim. To think so is Orwellian.

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