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Comment: Re:Poor Scalia (Score 1) 1081 1081

His job is to interpret the intent of laws created through the legislative process, not vote for his favorite like a judge on Dancing with the Stars. There are probably many decisions he made that he wasn't happy about. I agree he should defect, but he's too invested in the system

Comment: Re:Really? (Score 1) 939 939

People won't spend when deflation makes them richer, but they will when inflation makes them you really believe such nonsense or are you simply too dishonest to admit you are really talking about the cost of credit. Which is great for the wealthy, but not good for consumers except in terms of government handouts

Comment: Re:Why don't the boys play too (Score 1) 490 490

Girls don't learn to sew or cook anymore, they play with Dad's credit card and their vaginas. Yes, we should fill boys' closets up with designer clothes and encourage them to have sex with two girls at once, but it is an expensive proposition.

Comment: Re:political speech (Score 1) 233 233

That's no distinction, everything said is opinion. Press more than anyone claim their opinions are fact, so if opinion is punished should start with them. Now if you want to punish lying, the courts are going to be booked with politicians for the rest of our lifetimes so the law still wouldn't apply.

Comment: Re:Not really about lie detectors per se (Score 1) 246 246

The government's contention is that Williams had a business whose purpose was to enable people ineligible for certain government jobs to get those jobs through lying and deception.

What was the result when they hooked him up to a lie detector and asked him if this was his intention?

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