rule, made to obey or to break

Indonesia
February 5, 2009 8:31pm CST
have you ever heard that rule created to be break? well, its happened in my country. if our government create new rule, its not gonna obey at all since there is also no active qonsequences if they break the rule. there are some points of sanctions if you break the rule, but it just written on paper and no actions for that. i don't know it cause of our plural etnics in my country so they have different characteristic or our government do not have any idea to handle sanctions of their rules. too bad, but its happened in my country
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5 responses
@gunagohan (3415)
• India
6 Feb 09
according to me rules are meant to break ...first of all rules should not be made..if they make the rules they are surely not gonna follow...for example, road rules, signal jumping, lane crossing, not wearing helmet over speeding, crossing yellow lines..many occur in my state...how ever there is a huge fine, public dont afford to pay, so the traffic police will handle corruption method...if we give bribery that is half the amount of the actual fine, we will be let to go...so no use in making the rules...
• Indonesia
6 Feb 09
thats the absurd of rules and i have the same idea as like you mentioned in here
@Lakota12 (42684)
• United States
6 Feb 09
Yup the saying rules are made to be broken . But if it is into the law they usually put a fine on what ever it is. Like if you are speeding over speed limit in your car. ya pay a fine. !
@dpk262006 (56480)
• Delhi, India
6 Feb 09
It is said that Rules are made to be broken. You see rules are mode for those category of people, who cannot discipline themselves without any rule. Rules and regulations are there for people to remind that they are supposed to behave and live within certain limits in a society. Police is meant for theives and not for a common law-abiding citizen. It happens in every country that each and every person does not obey the rules, therefore, strict laws and prisons are meant for those persons.
@MsTickle (24983)
• Australia
6 Feb 09
plumwish, rules are made to be broken. If everyone did the right thing, we would not need any rules. No matter what, who or when...rules will always be broken.
@sahmof2 (274)
• United States
6 Feb 09
As it is coming to light most government officials make rules and don't follow them. That's only because some of the rules that are made are useless and have no merit or foundation behind them they are just so the general puclic can break them get fined and pay the government, state, city, etc., so the lawmakers break them.