Ah,the old,some laws don't really need enforcing tactic.
The law is the law.It's up to us to know and follow them or vote for change,so yes,the law should be followed.
Except if you are a Democrat and want the option of voting via provisional ballots in several different counties.
Then no law, state or federal, applies.
It's pretty simple, really.
Well, being that you live in Alabama, I hope you have notified the local authorities that next Sunday massive violations of the law banning the wearing of masks in public are going to occur and you expect them to uphold the law, arrest, and prosecute the violaters.
And being that you have a daughter, I hope you do not allow her to willfully violate the law.
Also, I hope you never violate the ever important law banning the playing of Dominos on Sunday.
And if you wife ever goes to Mobile, make sure she doesn't wear pumps with high, sharp heels. That would be against the law.
And, since I am from NC, here are some laws in serious need of enforcement in NC...
Forest City NC: You must stop and call City Hall before entering town in an automobile. This is so the townspeople will have time to go out and hold their horses until you get through town.
NC State Law: It is illegal to sing off key
Another state law: All couples staying overnight in a hotel must have a room with double beds that are at least two feet apart. Making love in the space between the beds is strictly forbidden.
Now, what were you saying about judges enforcing all laws to their fullest extent?