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SourceMole

Subj: just a few things...
Posted: Thu Jun 12, 2008 at 11:32:40 am EDT
Reply Subj: Re: Which part about the SHRA do you hate/like? nt
Posted: Thu Jun 12, 2008 at 11:19:27 am EDT

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that basic human/mutant rights are ignored
that people with powers that have no plans whatsover of being superheroes are forced to work for the government,
that even though this is only a US law people like stark likes to enforce it outside the US,
that known supervillains are hired to enforce this law,
that innocents together with supervillains are jailed in the negative zone just for refusing to sign for the shra,
that the enforcers of this law are so busy trying to jail other heroes that they have no time to weed out the corruption present among those that enforces it
the list goes on and on \:\-D

> that basic human/mutant rights are ignored

***example(s)

> that people with powers that have no plans whatsover of being superheroes are forced to work for the government,

***or just not use their powers at all...and be citizens...there are multiple examples of this.



> that even though this is only a US law people like stark likes to enforce it outside the US,

***When and where?


> that known supervillains are hired to enforce this law,


***with nano leashes of course.


> that innocents together with supervillains are jailed in the negative zone just for refusing to sign for the shra,

***Who are the innocents?


> that the enforcers of this law are so busy trying to jail other heroes that they have no time to weed out the corruption present among those that enforces it

***Thats like telling some beat cop instead of catching people who are breaking the law go and try and bust your Sargent because he is looking corrupted...almost NEVER happens.

> the list goes on and on \:\-D


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