If there's a universal moral code out there which is both applicable and unambiguous regarding understanding of specific action, then it's yet to be discovered.
What we have are general principles, such as Kant's Categorical, Maimonides' 'owing', Aristotle's 'Virtue', Gert's lack or doing wrong, etc. No real recipe.
So kindly state yours, please.
>>>>As I've said before, without an understanding that an objective, universal moral code can be discovered and that elements of it will provide a basis for a moral government, you will never be able to escape from your self-adopted trap of society makes 'right' and majority equals moral. >>>>
If a moral code is discovered (a moron!?), then you're correct in saying that it will provide a firm basis for a moral government.
Yet the issue today is precisely that society makes 'right' without any firm moral compass.
Majority never equaled moral to anyone. This is the world's oldest straw dog.
And yes, you tend to get pissy at the notion that there is not, as we speak, a workable moral law that can serve as a recipe for a moral government. Moreover, a prerequisite for talking morals with others is an acceptance that there will be disagreemnt. Compromise is just what you have to do.