You are prevaricating. Apparently you don't want to answer the question asked. Fine. That puts you in a class I discriminate against.
Well that's stupid. I ask again. It's not my problem that you can't explain why you don't know something.
Where have I asserted such a thing? Is that what I said, or is it your preferential reading of something I said?
And I quote you specifically.. Discrimination is not wrong under the law unless the thing discriminated against is protected against discrimination.
What you wrote means, in case you are unaware, means that as long as there is a law, it's legal. In that world, slavery and women not being allowed to vote is legal. Is that what you meant?
That said, and to the point of the discussion at hand regarding laws and punishing with law, I think the fair thing is to make sure laws are written clear enough for individuals to have ample opportunity to know how those laws will be used against them as punishment. If a law has to be interpreted by courts to form common law then that common law should also be asserted to give time for citizens to understand what is expected of them before asserting punitive measures based on the interpretation.
So.... you should take your own advice and think before you speak? Basically, you 100% agree, but haven't figured that out yet? Unless, of course, you think it's ok to hate on black people and women?