Yeah, I supposed so. Otherwise there wouldn't be so many different types of lawyers with varying specialties. I honestly don't really get how do hardcore politicians work when it comes to proposed laws and such - they oftentimes pass laws in a matter of days to a week, which if I were a politician probably wouldn't be enough to simply read the law (for example Obamacare, isn't that thing thousands of pages long), let alone think it through. If one were to be truly invested in his work as a politician, it'd probably be among the hardest jobs ever. I haven't really seen how Congress works, but it always seems weird to me how fast some laws are being passed when I've watched the Parliament in my country. Do these people even read whatever they are voting for? A friend of mine takes a more realistic approach and told me that politicians usually debate only the cornerstones of the proposed laws and don't mind the details all that much; they trust, so to say, the person from their party/group who developed the law that it checks out, so they don't need to go through all the fine print. I think, though, that doing so, and especially in big countries as the USA, creates probably thousands of contradicting one another laws.
Anyways, thanks for your answer, Brian!
Edited by Just_One_Question, 30 June 2017 - 04:37 PM.