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This post was edited by Status 13 months ago
Exactly. This went from 5 or 6 senators helping Paul, to now the GOP establishment even jumping on board. They will be there in the morning.
If they break Strom's record they will have no chance. What's happening will eventually leak on in other media like sports talk shows, daytime talk shows, and tons of blogs.
Not at all.
Contrary to popular opinion, I don't actually agree with everything Obama does. This is one of those things that I disagree with.
Still, my opinion doesn't change the fact that this thread is a ridiculous right-wing circlejerk.
Why would You guys rather play with robots than throw Child rapist in jail for life.
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by CptAUmerica21 13 months ago
You love us, or you wouldn't be here.
I'm going to admit something, I'm a tad bit drunk. However, Colorado not passing Jessica's Law is ridiculous. They prioritize weed over protecting children from child rapist.
It's like missionaries. Without heathens, what would they do all day?
lol. Your boy Durbin is on the floor now...not quite sure where he stands on this yet though.
Jessica's Law has some major flaws that need to be addressed before it should be passed. Don't take that as some ridiculous tacit promotion of child rape, but Jessica's Law is so flawed that even Mark Lunsford (Jessica's dad and its main advocate) didn't want any of its provisions to apply to his own son when his son was charged with a sex offense.
I respect your posts and glad you chime in. Nothing is ever accomplished only addressing issues from one perspective.
Out of curiosity, being you have a law background, do states have the authority to forbid federal drones from prodding over their airspace?
Do states under any premise have the ability to override the Patriot Act?
Just over half-way to the record now!
Maybe I am too drunk after a few bottles of wine, but what the hell does 9/11 have to do with shooting some dickhead driving down GA 400?
so why not change it and make it better?
While arguments could be made that states have the authority to forbid federal drones in their airspace, I doubt any would prevail. It's not impossible to defy the federal government by any means, but based on the political climate that allows Guantanamo to remain in existence, I can't think of a sufficient legal argument that would actually hold up in the Supreme Court.
As for your second question, not that I know of. Admittedly, it's been a long time since I studied the Patriot Act and I'm also not a constitutional scholar, but I can't think of anything off the top of my head.
Changing the proposed law to remove its flaws would take so much reshaping and modification that it'd just end up being an entirely different proposal. "Jessica's Law" is a flawed construction that's merely a safety blanket for the general public, but doesn't actually do much at all when it comes to protecting children.
Get out the phone book Sen. Scott.
Love it, "Was that the question?"
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Eh, certain members of the Supreme Court trying to gut the Voting Rights Act of 1965 would be a good start.
Do you have substantial proof that those concerns are still valid today? But you know that's their job to determine the constitutionality of laws.
So you got nothing, not a surprise.
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