Discussion in 'Congress' started by Gunny, Apr 14, 2008.
I've been all over this, I have yet to a citation of case law.
Where is your case law for this: "You know damn good and well that there is a legal difference between collateral and security."
I've tried to keep my language simple, (you know, for kids). I have laid out the UCC language for easy reference, but if you need case law, look it up yourself.
What the case law question, sorry maybe I missed it? But you have provided no case law to support your position and until you do, you look like a blubbering idiot that is highly educated.
Come on, Westlaw or Nexis-Lexis isn't that difficult? I know why you can't provide adequate case law because it doesn't exist.
Lexis-nexis I mean...sorry a few drinks tonight...LOL
That stuff isn't free, and I don't subscribe anyway. When the DNC files its brief, it will be stuffed with case law.
Have you even started law school yet?
I noticed you've provided no case law either. And your debate on my argument has been mostly contradiction rather than reasoning. You disputed relevant portions of my UCC arguments, but offer no suggestion as to which body of law would apply instead, or how the principles would differ from those I've offered.
And I have pertinent questions that would guide your understanding of the issue if you only tried to answer them. Please answer them before asking me any more questions. I'm not here to fill in where your teachers have failed.
LOL..no case law huh...ok...
Not started law school yet, poser?
No I understand the law perfectly, remember? You can't provide case law to support your baseless accusation though. What does me attending law school or not have to with your inability to support your accusation? This is truly funny....
Off-topic. Don't dodge questions by deflecting to statements that were not even made to you. you have been challenged. Prove your case. Provide case law to support your position or shut the hell up.
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