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    Re: Do libertarians inadvertently enable fascism?

    Quote Originally Posted by haymarket View Post
    hey rev



    News flash for you your Awesomeness: there were no Constitutional Amendments in 1787. They were adopted in 1791. You should have consulted with Coronado, our resident American History expert before posting that.

    I guess this means that you now fa..... nah - too easy.


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    these little "Gotcha's" are peurile at best. 1787 vs 1789?


    I guess when you fail at a coherent argument, all you have left is child like games.
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    Re: Do libertarians inadvertently enable fascism?

    Quote Originally Posted by haymarket View Post
    hey rev



    News flash for you your Awesomeness: there were no Constitutional Amendments in 1787. They were adopted in 1791. You should have consulted with Coronado, our resident American History expert before posting that.

    I guess this means that you now fa..... nah - too easy.
    It doesn't really matter, since the Amendments have no standing with the courts either.

    Speck, plank, etc.

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    Re: Do libertarians inadvertently enable fascism?

    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Incognito View Post
    You know, as a person who runs his mouth off a lot while being ignorant about most of it, this part is pretty good advice. But there's really no way its going to hit home when it only comes after this part:



    It's not being very charitable. It's certainly arguable that the bill of rights have "changed" even if they haven't been literally changed. They have been incorporated against the states for one thing. That's a pretty big change.

    But if he clearly meant that they've been changed as in revoked or textually altered, then there are ways to say it that won't put this guy immediately on the defensive. Hell, just strike out the word "FAIL," which adds nothing to the content of the post anyway, and the whole thing becomes a lot nicer.


    Perhaps you should read the whole thread before nit picking one of my posts to start a flacid little attack on the Good Reverend. At least then you can hide your trolling behind some pseudo-intellect.
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    Re: Do libertarians inadvertently enable fascism?

    Quote Originally Posted by Coronado View Post
    So basically that tosses out old, obsolete documents like the Constitution too, doesn't it?


    He's one of those "living document" types.
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    Re: Do libertarians inadvertently enable fascism?

    Quote Originally Posted by ReverendHellh0und View Post
    He's one of those "living document" types.
    Nah, he just thinks it's dead.

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    Re: Do libertarians inadvertently enable fascism?

    Quote Originally Posted by Coronado View Post
    Nah, he just thinks it's dead.

    depends on which thread, in the olberman thread he's going on and on about constitutional rights of olberman to not listen to his employer's rules of employment.
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    Re: Do libertarians inadvertently enable fascism?

    Quote Originally Posted by ReverendHellh0und View Post
    depends on which thread, in the olberman thread he's going on and on about constitutional rights of olberman to not listen to his employer's rules of employment.
    Any port in a storm, I guess.

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    Re: Do libertarians inadvertently enable fascism?

    Quote Originally Posted by ReverendHellh0und View Post
    /facepalm



    these little "Gotcha's" are peurile at best. 1787 vs 1789?


    I guess when you fail at a coherent argument, all you have left is child like games.
    The mistake you made would have caused you to fail if that was the question on the American History test. You can characterize that as child play or games but it was you who made the incorrect statement, it was you who were wrong, it was you who demonstrated a lack of knowledge about American History.
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    Re: Do libertarians inadvertently enable fascism?

    Quote Originally Posted by haymarket View Post
    The mistake you made would have caused you to fail if that was the question on the American History test. You can characterize that as child play or games but it was you who made the incorrect statement, it was you who were wrong, it was you who demonstrated a lack of knowledge about American History.


    I got a date wrong. It's not a big deal d00d, and it's not germain to this abhorrent topic of FAIL.
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    Re: Do libertarians inadvertently enable fascism?

    Quote Originally Posted by ReverendHellh0und View Post
    I got a date wrong. It's not a big deal d00d, and it's not germain to this abhorrent topic of FAIL.
    How many students have been forced to grovel and admit that they got the date wrong and thus do not deserve to FAIL? i do not know but I do know that now you are in that group.
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