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February 25, 2008

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Gordon DeSpain

If I were arguing this case, I would insist that the Court examine each quote and comment, by either side, with a level of scrutiny that determine whether it paints the whole Elephant, or, simply tints the Toenails.

Jeffrey M. Klopotic

Nothing in this case appears as one would expect it should. The supposed pro-gun brief submitted by Congress notes the difference between "militia" and "the people". "The people" only get to possess "protected arms". Brief for Amici Curiae 55 Members of the US Senate, The President of the US Senate, and 250 Members of the US House in Support of Respondent, at 7. A great many people whose opinions are otherwise have signed this document.

I expect the court to address narrowly the issue before it and nothing other.

JMK

David M. Bennett

//////[quote]The appearance of unfairness by the Court is now certain. 45 minutes for the Petitioner and only 30 minutes for the Respondent. Even a 5th grader knows that isn't impartial.[/quote]

That appears unfair to the casual observer, but you forgot to note that the Petitioner 'supported' this.////

My apologies, I did not mean to post the above. After taking a second look at the comment above, I'm not exactly sure of the context. He could have been talking about 'unfair' to the other side. :)

DonW

Best thing is, when the court decides for the individual right, the anti's can't yell 'foul' as they had an advantage in 'proving' their point.

David M. Bennett

[quote]The appearance of unfairness by the Court is now certain. 45 minutes for the Petitioner and only 30 minutes for the Respondent. Even a 5th grader knows that isn't impartial.[/quote]

That appears unfair to the casual observer, but you forgot to note that the Petitioner 'supported' this.

Big Boy

As said on the Of Arms and Men blog:
[quote]The appearance of unfairness by the Court is now certain. 45 minutes for the Petitioner and only 30 minutes for the Respondent. Even a 5th grader knows that isn't impartial.[/quote]

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