Post-Modern society and SCOTUS

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    Liberal prof gets conservative over Supreme Court
    August 2nd, 2005



    http://www.americanthinker.com/articles.php?article_id=4693
     
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    Yes, liberals become "conservative" when they want to "conserve" liberal lunacy as enshrined in SCOTUS opinions.

    Kinda makes me feel like sayin'... Don't trust anyone over 30. Especially liberals over 30.

    And lawyers. Actually, don't trust lawyers of any age or political persuasion, period.

    That's probably the best advice you'll ever get from me on this message board.
     
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    Thats so funny. I have heard that professor interviewed lots of times.

    It shows that often, being a "legal expert" only confuses you.

    I think the COTUS is simple enough you dont need years of law school to understand its fundamentals.

    Idiots like the professor simply study law for years to find "loopholes" to find ways around doing what the founding fathers wanted the legal profession to do with our laws and the COTUS.

    Sometimes when debating the COTUS, someone will say, what makes you an expert on it?

    I simply reply, "I read it"
     

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