->''"You're not Good, at least not any definition of Good that I would want to follow. You follow the letter of the alignment description while ignoring its intent. Sure, you fight Evil, but when was the last time you showed a "concern for the dignity of sentient beings?" You're just a mean, socially inept bully who hides behind a badge and her holier-than-thou morality as excuses to treat other people like crap."''
-->-- '''[[ToBeLawfulOrGood Roy Greenhilt]] to [[KnightTemplar Miko Miyazaki]]''', ''Webcomic/TheOrderOfTheStick''

->''Fiat iustitia, et pereat mundus''\\
(Let there be justice, though the world perish.)
-->--'''Philipp Melanchthon''', ''Loci Communes''

->"The laws were made to help us govern ourselves...but it's been left to rule on it's own. Somewhere along the line it's been twisted into...scripture! And it's used as an excuse not to think."
-->--[[JerkassWoobie Keith Keiser]], TwoKinds

->"Never compromise. Even in the face of Armageddon."
-->--'''Rorschach''', ''ComicBook/{{Watchmen}}''

->"Is that wise, captain? The Codex Astartes does not support this action-"
-->--'''Leandros''', ''VideoGame/Warhammer40000SpaceMarine''

->''"[...]only if law serves justice is it a good law."''
-->--'''Boba Fett''', ''[[StarWarsExpandedUniverse Tales of the Bounty Hunters]]''

->"Your father asks you to fix the roof and mow the lawn. When you climb the ladder onto the roof, the ladder is taken away."
->"I fix the roof."
->"And when you're finished?"
->"I jump down."
->"You'll break more than bones at this height."
->"I see no reason to change my decision. I have not finished mowing the lawn. I must remain loyal to the mission."
-->--"Between Two Women", a record of a TuringTest in ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolidPeaceWalker''

[[folder:real life]]
->''"I know no method to secure the repeal of bad or obnoxious laws so effective as their stringent execution."''

->''"In the SovietUnion it was illegal to take a photograph of a train station. Look what happened to them. They tried to classify everything."''

->''“We cannot expect people to have respect for law and order until we teach respect to those we have entrusted to enforce those laws.”''

->''"For some strange reason, straight edge is treated as a gang by law enforcement in at least one locale (Salt Lake City, Utah). Bizarre! -- the police want kids to say no to drugs and alcohol, but when a group of kids comes along who actually do, they are treated as a gang anyway. Oddly, straight edgers are probably the only youth in Utah (Mormons included) who actually follow the Mormon 'word of wisdom' concerning alcohol, tobacco, and coffee. You can't win, I guess."''

->''"My friends in Los Angeles got these letters warning they could be fined if they water, and I got a letter warning that I could be [[MortonsFork fined for not watering]]. I felt like I was in an alternate universe."''
-->--''[[http://jezebel.com/ca-couple-may-face-500-fine-for-letting-yard-dry-out-1608034023 Laura Whitney]]''

->''The people who control institutions care first and foremost about their power within the institution rather than the power of the institution itself. Thus, they would rather the institution "fail" while they remain in power within the institution than for the institution to "succeed" if that requires them to lose power within the institution.''
-->-- '''Jonathan Schwartz''', "Iron Law of Institutions"

->''"Paul Joyce was a very technically-minded director, meaning that although the designers and visual effects team have nothing but praise for him, others are less enthusiastic... Joyce also got into a dispute with the lighting director, John Dixon, because Joyce wanted to include the lights in a shot of the privateer set (implying that they were part of the privateer) and Dixon wound up stopping the show for two hours in protest. Joyce would later describe the incident as '[[KafkaComedy Kafkaesque.]]'"''
-->--'''Alan Stevens''' and '''Fiona Moore''' [[http://www.kaldorcity.com/features/articles/warriors.html on]] ''Series/DoctorWho'', [[{{Recap/DoctorWhoS18E5WarriorsGate}} "Warrior's Gate"]]

->''"There’s an odd tendency among out-of-power political parties to spend a while doubling down on ideological purity in openly self-destructive ways. In the US it’s happening lately with the Republican Party, which, after losing the 2008 election by a landslide [[UsefulNotes/BarackObama to a center-left candidate]] began insisting that their real problem was that John [=McCain=] [[NoTrueScotsman wasn’t conservative enough]], a theory that assumes a large block of voters who, frustrated at [=McCain’s=] lack of conservatism, decided to vote for [[InsaneTrollLogic an even less conservative candidate.]]"''
-->--'''[[http://www.philipsandifer.com/2012/10/has-it-taught-you-wonderful-things.html Phil Sandifer]]'''

->''"The Pertwee book should be out towards the end of next week if all goes well -- I've just gotten the last edits back, and am typesetting and doing the requisite fighting with Amazon's system. (Let's see if they accuse me of plagiarizing my blog again)"''
-->--'''Phil Sandifer''' on ''TARDIS Eruditorum

->''"After some farcical manoeuvres, the Australian Senate has passed the Abbott governments legislation repealing the carbon price/tax/trading scheme...In reality, Abbott and the rest want to [[HeadInTheSandManagement do nothing]], and the motives for this desire are entirely base. For a minority of the do-nothing group, it is simply a matter of financial self-interest associated with the fossil fuel industry. For the majority, however, it is the pursuit of a tribal and ideological vendetta. Their position is driven by Culture War animosity towards greens, scientists, do-gooders and so on, or by ideological commitment to a conservative/libertarian position that would be undermined by the recognition of a global problem that can only be fixed by changes to existing structures of property rights."''
-->--[[http://crookedtimber.org/2014/07/17/condemned-by-history-crosspost/ John Quiggin]]

->The paladin's alignment is not Lawful Anal.