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FKA Reader wrote:
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Ball would still be in their court.
Reality is you're full of BS. You were shaking in your shoes when those letters started coming.
What point of "I'm broke and a lawsuit would get me fired and bankrupted" do you not understand?

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Haven't gotta clue.
Then why did you accuse Artist of inciting one?

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Haven't gotta clue. Folks like Karl and maybe George seem to think a civil war is coming. Can't get any details from them about who or why. And they both claim it's got nothing to do with them.
Very strange stuff.
Watch the videos of NYSP bureaucrats at town hall meetings over the new gun ban, hundreds of people were outright saying to TPTB that they would not comply, and would either be sent to prison or start a shooting war.

Then note all of the county governments condemning the law.

And if we flip over to the West Coast, open violation of Amendment IV was proposed in WA state, and confiscation of 200K registered guns is on the table in CA.

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-The-Artist- wrote:
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there were no qualifications to be a lawyer in 1787
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Whelp, that looks about right to me. Nothing more to see here.
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-The-Artist- wrote:
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The Constitution was not written by lawyers, as there were no qualifications to be a lawyer in 1787. That J.D. does not give you superior rights to us.
Your class has been a parasite on this land for too long, and its time to send you back to 1991!
It makes me infinitely more qualified to speak about the law than you. In 1787, they weren't giving out psychology degrees either. Whether or not there were standard qualifications, there were most certainly attorneys in 1787.

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TonyD2 wrote:
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Then why did you accuse Artist of inciting one?
I've been accused of being

-mentally incompetent
-a government agent
-potential terrorist
-Neo-Nazi

My label of "the most dangerous poster" is from Reader herself.

Reader has basically been open with her desires to have me hauled into court via either civil or criminal action.

Because I make posts of an inconvenient nature...

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Che Reagan Christ wrote:
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It makes me infinitely more qualified to speak about the law than you. In 1787, they weren't giving out psychology degrees either. Whether or not there were standard qualifications, there were most certainly attorneys in 1787.
The US Constitution was written in plain English for a reason, and is very easy to determine what is OK and what is not.

In 1787, one could declare oneself a lawyer without any credentials, just like being a doctor.

Law school is a 19th century invention.

That law degree DOES NOT MAKE YOU A SUPERIOR CLASS OF CITIZEN GET THAT THROUGH YOUR THICK ELITIST SKULL

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Che Reagan Christ wrote:
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It makes me infinitely more qualified to speak about the law than you. In 1787, they weren't giving out psychology degrees either. Whether or not there were standard qualifications, there were most certainly attorneys in 1787.
Legal history to the rescue!

They did have standard qualifications, with the bar having existed for aaaaages by then.

I'm a bit too lazy to look up the other founding fathers but I'm near positive that Adams was a lawyer who had been admitted to the bar. I think I remember some cute complaints he left during his studies!

The moral of this exchange should be that all of us should spend 30 seconds googling before making a concrete and easily verifiable factual claim!

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-The-Artist- wrote:
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In 1787, one could declare oneself a lawyer without any credentials, just like being a doctor.
Law school is a 19th century invention.
Seriously, you might want to research some of these claims.

If anything, the legal reforms in the 19th century made the study, practice and oversight of law much less complicated and much more accessible to non professionals in both the UK and in the US courts which had been modeled after the UK's. Law school had been around for centuries, the 19th century just reshuffled legal processes to make law school a lot less painful for everyone!

If you do want to know more about early legal education and especially about the state of legal education in the 19th century, I'm ready and willing to overexcitedly give you a reading list and some guidance.
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tranpsosition wrote:
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Legal history to the rescue!
They did have standard qualifications, with the bar having existed for aaaaages by then.
I'm a bit too lazy to look up the other founding fathers but I'm near positive that Adams was a lawyer who had been admitted to the bar. I think I remember some cute complaints he left during his studies!
The moral of this exchange should be that all of us should spend 30 seconds googling before making a concrete and easily verifiable factual claim!
John Adams was an attorney. He represented the British soldiers involved in the Boston Massacre.
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-The-Artist- wrote:
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The US Constitution was written in plain English for a reason, and is very easy to determine what is OK and what is not.
In 1787, one could declare oneself a lawyer without any credentials, just like being a doctor.
Law school is a 19th century invention.
That law degree DOES NOT MAKE YOU A SUPERIOR CLASS OF CITIZEN GET THAT THROUGH YOUR THICK ELITIST SKULL
I NEVER SAID THAT IT DID. YOU DID.

What I did say is that my law degree makes me more qualified to discuss issues of law than you. Your statement that it is "very easy to determine what is OK and what is not" is exhibit A.
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FKA Reader wrote:
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Haven't gotta clue. Folks like Karl and maybe George seem to think a civil war is coming. Can't get any details from them about who or why. And they both claim it's got nothing to do with them.
Very strange stuff.
Honestly, sometimes your posts so aptly prove your narrowmindedness! It's only "very strange stuff" to you because your reading isn't of a broad nature. You think liberals don't talk about it, too? Think again:

http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2012/aug/...

And while this doesn't talk about geographical separation, it does get folks used to hearing the term "new civil war":

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/robert-reich/we...
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tranpsosition wrote:
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Seriously, you might want to research some of these claims.
If anything, the legal reforms in the 19th century made the study, practice and oversight of law much less complicated and much more accessible to non professionals in both the UK and in the US courts which had been modeled after the UK's. Law school had been around for centuries, the 19th century just reshuffled legal processes to make law school a lot less painful for everyone!
If you do want to know more about early legal education and especially about the state of legal education in the 19th century, I'm ready and willing to overexcitedly give you a reading list and some guidance.
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-The-Artist- wrote:
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I've been accused of being
-mentally incompetent
-a government agent
-potential terrorist
-Neo-Nazi
My label of "the most dangerous poster" is from Reader herself.
Reader has basically been open with her desires to have me hauled into court via either civil or criminal action.
Because I make posts of an inconvenient nature...
I take her at her word when she says she has no clue.
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Feb 25, 2013
 
Che Reagan Christ wrote:
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Yeah. What will be the capital of that new state?
liberty
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Feb 25, 2013
 
Che Reagan Christ wrote:
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I NEVER SAID THAT IT DID. YOU DID.
What I did say is that my law degree makes me more qualified to discuss issues of law than you. Your statement that it is "very easy to determine what is OK and what is not" is exhibit A.
using your logic, you are unqualified to speak about financials.

you have proven it plenty with statements; but never outright as you have done above.

My degree had 5 law classes; but remainder economics and finance.

Your law degree did not help with using proper English and sentence structure.

see above........my law degree makes me more qualified?

did you ever attend class; or did you purchase your diploma for $10 at TJ Max?
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Feb 25, 2013
 
tranpsosition wrote:
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Seriously, you might want to research some of these claims.
If anything, the legal reforms in the 19th century made the study, practice and oversight of law much less complicated and much more accessible to non professionals in both the UK and in the US courts which had been modeled after the UK's. Law school had been around for centuries, the 19th century just reshuffled legal processes to make law school a lot less painful for everyone!
If you do want to know more about early legal education and especially about the state of legal education in the 19th century, I'm ready and willing to overexcitedly give you a reading list and some guidance.
who cares?

nutjobs like you have written and implemented 9000 gun laws in America today; and screaming for more.

the 9001 gun law is the one that will work according to the brilliant lawyer.

fact is....God handed Moses the only gun law ever required.

Being succinct without caveat's is more than any lawyer can stand, so they file lawsuits.

eliminating lawyers completely; and abiding by God's gun law would be best for society.
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Reality Speaks wrote:
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using your logic, you are unqualified to speak about financials.
you have proven it plenty with statements; but never outright as you have done above.
My degree had 5 law classes; but remainder economics and finance.
Your law degree did not help with using proper English and sentence structure.
see above........my law degree makes me more qualified?
did you ever attend class; or did you purchase your diploma for $10 at TJ Max?
You just used that post to lecture me on "proper English and sentence structure."

I hope you never stop posting. You provide the most unintentional comedy of any poster I have ever seen. The more smug you get, the more mistakes you make and it seems redundant to even reply. I do reply though because I want to keep this train rolling.
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Reality Speaks wrote:
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who cares?
nutjobs like you have written and implemented 9000 gun laws in America today; and screaming for more.
the 9001 gun law is the one that will work according to the brilliant lawyer.
fact is....God handed Moses the only gun law ever required.
Being succinct without caveat's is more than any lawyer can stand, so they file lawsuits.
eliminating lawyers completely; and abiding by God's gun law would be best for society.
I finally found that link to that gun law statsitic.

www.realityspeaksmadeupbs.com
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Feb 25, 2013
 
Che Reagan Christ wrote:
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I finally found that link to that gun law statsitic.
www.realityspeaksmadeupbs.com
seems you are the only one on the thread that does not know how to utilize the tool Google.

either you are just lazy, or stupid.

which is it?

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