Man of Tomorrow wrote:Regardless of whether such laws/restrictions are immoral/anti-freedom, the next question becomes enforceability.
Do you for sterliize after X number of kids? When people violate it, as they will, what do you do? Especially if, as in our country, half the pregnancies are unplanned.
Kill the extra kid? Force them to undergo sterilization? Tax them so badly to discourage others from violating it, though poverty would be assured for those that do for them and their children? Take away the kid and distribute to people who have under the quota/can't have kids? Forced abortions?
This is easily solved by determining the penalty for violation will be death of both the offending child and the parents. That solution is composed almost completely of win.
In the U.S., witha Supreme Court that has found an inherent right to privacy (like say for abortion), how do you square such laws with the Constitution?
The solution is again, easy. You simply elect me as Emperor for Life. I shall immediately proceed to..."square"...all laws with this Constitution of which you blather.