Wow, what short memories the haters have.3rdGenRigger wrote:Sure he does...he'll probably skive off to the golf course or a night club to hang out with celebrities. He has the worst attendance record of any president in history, and all during the biggest recession since the 1930's. I'm just glad he's not my celebrity president.
I admit to not reading the rules thoroughly enough to remember that part. I will remove said post and remember said section of rules in the future. My apologies.GronK wrote:I take that back. Rules quoted:
"• In an attempt to respect the extreme diversity of our members, we ask that you do not start or participate in any discussions relating to religion or politics."
True, and it's also somewhat misleading since a Federal judge appointed under almost any Democratic administration in the past 50+ years would be very likely to have/have had the same mindset.3rdGenRigger wrote:Further point though along said lines, if this isn't intended to be political in any way, the "Obama-Appointed Judge" part should be removed from the end of the thread title. It puts people into a political mindset (especially those of us who follow politics) before they even post.
I agree, completely. BOTH Democrats, Republicans, and other political party members should all stand together against all forms of knife bans. It is nonsensical. Whether you are a Dem or a Repub or whatever, owning, carrying, using, enjoying, collecting, studying, etc knives and cutting tools and edged tools and weapons is a fundamental right of human existence.fanglekai wrote:The topic of discussion should be the law, not who the judge is or who appointed him or her. Turning it into a partisan issue alienates people and shifts the focus where it doesn't belong. I won't be donating.
Try throwing that slogan against the magistrate or judge when you appear in court and see if it helps. Fundamental rights are fundamental rights only in your mind at this point in history in case you aren't paying attention. People also reinterpret the constitution to suit their world views. Different judges give different rulings on the same cases as they go up the ladder. I suppose that's why there are majority rulings in the supreme court.Whether you are a Dem or a Repub or whatever, owning, carrying, using, enjoying, collecting, studying, etc knives and cutting tools and edged tools and weapons is a fundamental right of human existence.
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