Welcome to European Tribune. It's gone a bit quiet around here these days, but it's still going.
Dismissing questions as absurd or flippant isn't particularly helpful.

Your thesis that popular interest in a particular form of law would frictionlessly result in that form ignores social hysteresis.

I'm not inviting anarchy. Quite the opposite: I'm looking for a tuneup, not a revolution, as you'd have noticed had you answered the question instead of flippantly dismissing it.

If you weren't so busy assigning evil motives to Obama, it might occur to you that there was at least a little value in having a law professor as president instead of a jerkoff black sheep cheerleader drunk.

You've apparently performed every new job perfectly ab initio, regardless of how bad the previous occupant of it had fucked up. I, however, have sometimes needed some months, sometimes more, to make an operation successful. During those times, I heard a lot of shit from people that weren't in the stables. I sympathize with Obama. I'll be cheerfully accepting the changed views when the troops are home, employment back to 6%, the windmills and solar panels pouring out of the factories, and arms agreements being negotiated.

Israel, that's another whole can of worms, which I shall open someday to much complaint.

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by ormondotvos (ormond.otvosnospamgmialcon) on Mon Dec 21st, 2009 at 11:12:10 PM EST
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