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Wilms Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Mar-01-09 10:19 AM
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41. Professor Blur, do you still defend Lipari being disingenuous and misleading?
Edited on Sun Mar-01-09 10:21 AM by Wilms
You wrote "some folks weirdly argued that he had made Sharpe sound like SCOTUS".

Weirdly? I find it weird that you'd continually defend Lipari twice using the phrase "highest court in the land" when describing a United States District Court.

Some of us are willing to move forward, but since you brought it up, let's make sure all are familiar with Bo Lipari's Deceit on Voice of the Voters.

Can you show me an example of the phrase "highest court in the land" being legitimately used to describe a US court other than SCOTUS? Just one?

Just as does Lipari, it "looks to me like you're going out of your way to get it wrong." "Remarkable"!

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