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Re: Intel v. Hamidi (fwd)




----- Forwarded message from Matthew Gaylor -----

Date: Tue, 4 Jan 2000 03:46:03 -0500
From: Matthew Gaylor <[email protected]>
Subject: Re: Intel v. Hamidi (fwd)

One of the problems with this case is that the courts have previously ruled
that protestors/religious wackos may hand out literature in private
shopping malls.  A decision that cuts against property rights to be sure,
but look what a mess is left when the courts make decisions that are not
logically consistent.

----- End of forwarded message from Matthew Gaylor -----

Agreed.

The courts have no fucking clue what the Constitution actualy says or their
responsibility as a public office holder. Somewhere down the line they
got the idea it was their job to engineer society, it isn't. Their job is
to enforce the rules and decisions that the citizens impliment with respect
to the society they live in.

Distinctly different animals.

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