Merfolology for legislators



Rodham’s rule.

Instructing lawyers to create laws is like instructing doctors to create disease.

Law of Poulis.

Any law, the text of which contains more than fifty words, allows at least one loophole.

Cooper’s Metazon.

The rapid growth in the number of new laws leads to an equally rapid increase in the number of new loopholes.

Swift’s Law.

Laws are like cobwebs. They are able to catch small gnats, but the wasps and hornets quietly break through them.

Rule of Montesquieu.

The wording of laws should mean the same for all people.

Defoe saying.

The law is just a word that pagans and savages call power.

Powell’s postulate.

Respect, fed by this person to law and order, directly depends on the thickness of his wallet.

Principles of legislation on Oaku.

1. The law is expanded in proportion to the resources available for its implementation.

2. A bad law is more likely to be supplemented than canceled.

3. The laws of society can not abolish the laws of physics.

First Marshall Law.

Never let facts get in the way of a carefully thought out bad decision.

Rule of Mirrali.

Never make major strategic changes in the voting results, in which the number of “yes” and “yes” is almost the same.

Хе The command of Hellam.

Never go out with people to conspire to protect them from injustice.

Fuller’s Rule

The more laws, the more offenders.

Law on Legislative Activity.

The time required to pass a bill through the legislature is inversely proportional to the number of lobbying groups.

The fundamental principle of legislation.

Anything that is clearly not prohibited is allowed.

Rule by Andrew Young.

Nothing is illegal if a hundred businessmen decided to do it.

An anonymous axiom.

In a ton of laws you will not find a gram of love.

Berger’s Law.

There is nothing worse than a stupid law.

The law of Sprecht.

Regardless of what, where and under what circumstances you are doing, there is certainly a decree, decree, law or regulation, according to which you can be punished.

Law of McCandlish.

Any justice system in which ignorance of the law is not considered an excuse, but where there are too many laws, so that one person can know and remember them, by definition is unfair.

Law of Mnrfi on the government.

If something bad can happen, it will certainly happen, and three times and every time – in triplicate.

Bismarck sausage principle.

For those who love sausage and respect the law, one should never see how both are done.

Postulate Jacquine.

As long as the legislative body meets, every person’s life, freedom and property are endangered.

Observations of Martin Luther King.

Injustice in one place means a threat to justice in every place.

The third law of Juárez.

A call to justice often means demanding for its own benefit to manifest injustice towards someone else.

The fifth rule of policy.

When an idea is born to a politician, a caesarean section usually can not be avoided.

Law of Wilkie.

A good slogan can suspend the analysis of the state of affairs for a good fifty years.

Goethe’s observation.

Laws, like diseases, are inherited.

The political principles of Todd.

1. Whatever they say, they do not tell the whole truth.

2. Whatever they say, it’s always about money.

The Watergate Principle.

Corruption in government is always reported in the past tense.

The rule of stupidity by France.

If a million people believe in some kind of stupidity, it still remains stupid.

Observations of Santayana.

Fanaticism consists in doubling the effort, when the goal is completely forgotten.

The political principle of Dhaka.

Any reform company continues until the authorities complete the regrouping.

The Grove guiding principle.

Legislation is not meant to serve as a guiding thread for a person who sees far ahead. But it must protect that vast majority, who does not have this ability.

Spender’s Lemma.

What really shocks democracy is that it provides every voter with a chance to do something stupid.

The political principle of Horace.

If voting could have changed anything, a special law would have been passed against it long ago.

The Katz law.

People and countries begin to listen to the voice of reason only when all other possibilities are exhausted.

The Golden Rule.

Who has gold, he sets the rules.

The Law of Maine.

Each action corresponds to an equal and oppositely directed government program.

Cameron’s Law.

An honest politician is one who, when bought, remains bought.

The Rule of Leadership for Brown.

1. To succeed in politics, one often has to rise above one’s principles.

2. The best way to succeed in politics is to find a crowd of people who are moving somewhere, and to lead it.

Miles’s Law.

What you firmly stand on depends on what you are sitting gently on.

Addition of the Fibi about politics.

What you gently sit on depends on someone you know.

Wilton’s Law.

The fool and his money are elected very quickly.

Parker’s Law.

The truth of any statement has nothing to do with the credibility it causes, and vice versa.

Axerion of Emeringer.

Politics is a subtle art of receiving from poor voices, and from the rich – money for election campaigns, promising both to protect them from each other.

Adler rule.

It is much easier to fight for principles than to live in accordance with them.

Law of Nouwlen.

Both politicians and rivers are constantly bent because they are trying to choose the path of least resistance.

The first political principle of Loki.

There is no greater sincerity than a politician who is lying.

Shaffer’s Law.

The effectiveness of a policy is inversely proportional to its commitment to principles.

The Law of Hunter.

Every politician considers himself a man of honor, no matter how dishonorable he is.

Wilson’s law on politics.

If you want to make enemies, try to change something.

The political postulate of Tupper.

Those who sit astride the fence do not have many opportunities to choose the direction of the path.

Laws of the Ebrouzk policy.

1. Do not worry about the enemies. Most of all the troubles will come to you from the allies.

2. The larger the draft appropriation bill, the shorter the debate.

3. If you want to get used to politics, put it in credit for the good that someone else has done.

Rules of political surveys.

1. When the results of the polls speak in your favor, flaunt them.

2. When the results of interviews are cardinally unfavorable for you, then (a) make fun of and reject them, or (b) emphasize the variability of public opinion.

3. When the results of interviews are slightly unfavorable for you, seek the sympathy of the public as a victim of injustice, which fights for truth.

4. When the results are too close to winning, marvel at your own strength.

The consequence of Poulos.

A good slogan is above the good solution.

The law of the policy on Galbraith.

Anyone who says that he is not going to retire, moreover, says it as many as four times, is surely about to leave.

Newman’s rule.

Crime does not pay off – just like politics.

Remarks of Kilpatrick.

We have succumbed to the stupid idea that politicians should be above politics.

Law of President Lindos Jones.

If two people agree in everything, you can be sure that only one of them really thinks.

The law of Heinrich Heine.

You must forgive your enemies, but not before they are hanged.

The Hove Law.

There are such tips that are too good, for example, a council calling for loving your enemies.

Ло Lawrence Law

A diplomat is a person who can send you to hell in such a way that you will look forward to the next flight.

Potter’s Law.

The rumor can not be trusted until it is officially denied.

Frost about diplomacy.

A diplomat is a man who always remembers a woman’s birthday, but never – her age.

Remark of Calvin Coolidge.

There is no need to explain about something that you never talked about.

Evan’s Law.

After you give up decency, the rest will go easy.

Observation of Napoleon.

Cannon has limits; they have no stupidity.

Thomas Jefferson rule.

Procrastination is preferable to an error.

The principle of leadership by Cyrus.

One can hold the tiller in his hand when the sea is calm.

The law of Padnos.

People are tolerant only to what does not concern them.

Seager’s Law.

Everything that is enclosed in brackets can be ignored.

The first law of final examinations.

The pocket calculator batteries, which lasted the whole semester, will die at the very beginning of the math exam.

Consequence.

If you bring spare batteries with them, they will be defective.

The second law of final examinations.

During the most serious exam for you, the most attractive and cute student will be sitting next to you for the first time.

The Law of Valerie.

History is a science that never happens … twice.



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