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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Cavagan, Jan 13, 2013.
Ask hard questions:
I love the judge. He helped shape many of my political opinions. WTF?
what if 33 was 42?
what if reddog was right the whole time?
what if been is a fusion center plant?
I said some of thise same things here on this forum.
Well, then, you're fired. And leave the stapler please.
What if the judge's rant was really boring and I lost interest at 1:42?
What if most people just don't see it your way? What if anyone who doesn't see it your way isn't automatically stupid or manipulated or "part of the conspiracy"?
What if you just make your case, as best you can, and accept that what you believe might not come across to others quite as beautifully idyllic as you picture it in your own mind?
And what if, when people disagree with your proposed solutions, you try to find better ways to make your case rather than accuse everyone else of being self-interested, small-minded, hypocrites?
Judge Napolitano is an excellent professor of Constitutional principles and he does a great job of relating the mindset and motivations of the Founders to a modern audience. He is also very lucid when discussing legal precedents on various topics. Neither of those two previous statements means that his proposed solutions are necessarily the best ones and it certainly doesn't mean they are the only ones possible. Please remember that even the Founding Fathers disagreed on some pretty basic stuff and fought it out politically.
reddog?? You there, buddy??
He is currently being held at a black site somewhere in wy.
I couldn't find fault with anything he said. Maybe it goes to show you that even the "conservative" (not) Fox news is really a media shill just on the other end of the sawhorse.
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