law cannot create a law that dictates an obligation to obey law
Wow. Syllogisms running in circles... it's like opening up a wormhole and traveling through a dimensional time warp to get to exactly where you started. It wouldn't even be worth pointing this out except that it's so characteristic of these posts: abstract concepts wrapped up in more abstract concepts, layer after layer giving you the illusion that you've accomplished something when, in reality, you haven't actually gotten up from your armchair.
Having philosophically meditated on the definition of "law," "morality," "community," etc., what now, Coberst? What can you do with this information? I'm sure you're ready with the reliable "Understanding is the first step to change" retort, but after all these hundreds of posts you'd think we'd be ready for the second step by now.