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    Re: A hypothetical scenario concerning the application of constitutional rights

    Quote Originally Posted by jdog View Post
    But... But.... But SCOTUS says a corporation can be a person, so why can't anything be a person????
    Corporations are groups of humans.
    If you feel a need to "reinterpret" the Constitution, you must know that what you want to do is unconstitutional.
    "AND WHEN THE LAST LAW WAS DOWN, AND THE DEVIL TURNED 'ROUND ON YOU, WHERE WOULD YOU HIDE, ROPER, THE LAWS ALL BEING FLAT?"


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    Re: A hypothetical scenario concerning the application of constitutional rights

    Quote Originally Posted by matchlight View Post
    If my being free is an illusion, it's one I find very compelling.
    You like the fantasy idea, but not the reality.

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    Re: A hypothetical scenario concerning the application of constitutional rights

    Quote Originally Posted by Harshaw View Post
    Corporations are groups of humans.
    So the definition of person is a group of humans?

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    Re: A hypothetical scenario concerning the application of constitutional rights

    Quote Originally Posted by jdog View Post
    So the definition of person is a group of humans?
    The humanity is the necessary part, yes.
    If you feel a need to "reinterpret" the Constitution, you must know that what you want to do is unconstitutional.
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    Re: A hypothetical scenario concerning the application of constitutional rights

    Quote Originally Posted by Harshaw View Post
    The humanity is the necessary part, yes.
    I said "definition", you are sticking with that?

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    Re: A hypothetical scenario concerning the application of constitutional rights

    Quote Originally Posted by jdog View Post
    I said "definition", you are sticking with that?
    I know. I chuckled.
    If you feel a need to "reinterpret" the Constitution, you must know that what you want to do is unconstitutional.
    "AND WHEN THE LAST LAW WAS DOWN, AND THE DEVIL TURNED 'ROUND ON YOU, WHERE WOULD YOU HIDE, ROPER, THE LAWS ALL BEING FLAT?"


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