Comment: whos the "we"

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whos the "we"

in your rhetorical question?
"Do you advocate WE, per policy, reward people..."
Do you mean the government? If so, what happened in your civics education that causes you to identify yourself with the government? Are you the government? Are you even a part of the government? (you could be, are you a part of the legislature?)
The government is composed of the legislature and the army of men they hire to enforce their will.
And to answer that question, (assuming you meant the government) are there any times when disobeying the government is a righteous thing?
Consider...this country came into existence by way of disobeying the government. The number of deaths caused in the 20th century by democide (death of citizens by their locally occupying government).
Maybe Jefferson had it right when he penned "Resistance to tyranny is obedience to God."
And Franklin offered as the motto for the Seal of the United States: "Rebellion to tyrants is obedience to God."
They definitely thought there were times when disobeying government was the correct course of action.