Ha ha. Re-read. Your own very LITERATE LMAO (LRS/LTR) words : "Or perhaps your still confused by the difference between play law and real law?"<quoted text>
More of your "don't mess with me@ nonsense? Pathetic illiterate fool. Why don't you tell us again about the FOIA and passports for deceased persons? Or perhaps your still confused by the difference between play law and real law?
Why don't you just invoke your favorite phrase and stop talking out of your ass
"your still confused?". LMAO (LRS/LTR tm reg'd). Before calling me illiterate, please try to differentiate between "your" and "you're". Looks like I wasted my time explaining them to you yesterday. I'm sure it's a Topix overzealous corrector-correction. LMAO LRS/LTR tm reg'd).
Then, out comes the LRS-type jargon, out of ammo, you scream "stop talking out of your ass". Nice birther reply. Care to show where I, the "illiterate", have ever used that kind of birther no-riposte language? Veneer? You? More like that proverbial fresh snow over the dung heap.
Need I once more post the signification of "CONservative" or its abbreviation "CON" or do you still not "get it"?
Your (sic, LTR) wrong again as you're (sic LTR) lies about Topix corrector are a figment of you're (sic LRT) CONservative imagination. Take a hike, dinosaur boy. Your (sic LTR) out of you're (sic LTR) league.
Oh, what about the FOIA? Anyone, without just cause, is allowed to access the records of any deceased American's passport application file? If that's so, so be it. I want to know about my late neighbour's vital stats, I apply to the passport office or the state dept and they supply me with a copy of his/her application form and required documentation? Okay, I won't argue with it, if that's how it goes. How's that for you? Just glad there is a little more respect for deceased citizens' privacy in most other "have" nations.