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primavera Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu Feb-26-09 09:42 PM
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211. What argument?
I presented no argument of any kind. I simply stated that the ruling you are trumpeting was penned by Tony Scalia, an ultra-right-wing judge, and supported by four right-wing justices, and was opposed by the four Democratic justices. That's not an argument, that's just a fact. If your adherence to views held by right-wingers who have historically been wrong in every ruling they've ever made and your opposition to views held by Democratic justices causes you discomfort, that's entirely your concern.
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