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    Re: Justice Scalia: Rival doctrine seeks rigidity

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    YOU went to law school? Was it right next to Dr. Nick's medical school?
    I assume Dr Nick is one of the people on this forum, which means that maybe you don't believe Disneydude went to law school? What would you base that on?


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    Re: Justice Scalia: Rival doctrine seeks rigidity

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    I assume Dr Nick is one of the people on this forum, which means that maybe you don't believe Disneydude went to law school? What would you base that on?
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    Re: Justice Scalia: Rival doctrine seeks rigidity

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    I assume you think disneydude is a quack (or an armchair lawyer). Again, what do you base that on?


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    Re: Justice Scalia: Rival doctrine seeks rigidity

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    I assume you think disneydude is a quack (or an armchair lawyer). Again, what do you base that on?
    No. I was just being a dick head.

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    Re: Justice Scalia: Rival doctrine seeks rigidity

    Quote Originally Posted by Just Plain Jim View Post

    Since I don't listen to the radio or watch TV I had no idea what Obama sounded like till well into the election cycle. It was refreshing when I finally heard, even if I disagreed with what he was saying at times, at least I could listen. I don't look at him as so much as a lecturer, but more as a leader. He just seems to have that kind of quality and I am not an Obama fan, I take exception to some of what he is doing.

    You should have listened to him when he didn't have access to a teleprompter. Completely incoherent. Without his speech writers and teleprompter, this man obviously knows almost nothing about our country, our laws or what people in America care about.

    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=omHUsRTYFAU"]YouTube- Obama lost without a teleprompter[/ame]


    But you can't have everything in a leader and it certainly doesn't mean I trust him.
    If there is ONE person that you vote for that you should be able to trust, it should be your choice for President. The simple fact is that NOBODY knows much of anything about this man. All his records have been sealed including much of what he did and said as a state senator. There are major inconsistencies in his life story between what he claims in his books and what the available records show. He seems to have no problem making a stand, then changing that stand with the statement "I have been perfectly clear xxxxx" where he then takes the exact opposite position. Face it, he truly is the "Liar in Chief".

    By the way, I'm an independent and I can not for the life of me figure out why the GOP picked such a divisive VP candidate, it is like they wanted to lose. If anyone sounds like a lecturer it is her. She reminded me of my control freak mother, bless her heart, but my mom and I rarely see eye to eye and it has everything to do with her delivery. She lectures, she doesn't lead, she just plain lectures, even to this day and I haven't lived at parents home for 40 years.
    And nominating the most left leaning member of congress for President and the 3rd most left leaning member of congress for VP was somehow NOT divisive?

    Are you sure that Independent is the correct label for your views?
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