Anyone who knows me knows that I highly value rules and structure. I do my best (no one is perfect) to always follow the rules, even if I disagree with the rule or how it is being implemented.
That is one of the many reason I am involved in SGA, to make the rules better. This does not mean that I want to get rid of rules (because again rules are great and are one of the foundations of a civilized society), simply that I want rules to be effective and actually applied equally and fairly.
Few things upset me more than when prejudice and favoritism is allowed to enter the realm of rule enforcement. Anytime I look to write legislation in SGA to reform the rules, I look to make the rules more easily enforceable and make those who are under the rules have a clearer understanding of what is expected of them. While I do value reform and making the rules as effective as possible I still value tradition and principle. At Liberty I know there are things that will not and should not ever change. I recognize that and respect and value those core values and principles. I simply think rules should be effective and allow for as close to a fair and equal system as we can get.