Comment: I think I see your point. Are you suggesting the NAP is not

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I think I see your point. Are you suggesting the NAP is not

the end-all be-all for what the law should be? I don't know why you were so heavily down-voted, other than natural repulsion at the example, but if the point you were trying to make is that the NAP works better as a PRINCIPLE (Something normally true) than a LAW (something that is always true with no exceptions) then I for one think the question is worthy of discussion. If it should be treated as a law, let those who think that way state why in this case. If it should be treated as a principle then let those who think that way give difficult examples such as this to test the idea.

Localism is for people who can still sleep at night even though somebody they don't know in a city they have never been is doing things differently. ("Localism, A Philosophy of Government" on Amazon for Kindle or Barnes and Noble ebook websites)