Assuming for the moment that the above passage is not a veiled call for the government to burn down one of Kerry's homes with him in it, I still must disagree. Other citizens are not responsible for passing into law the statutes that allow these rules. Liberals are always more than willing to pass a law, since they assume, usually correctly, that the law won't apply to them. That's why I am so fond of gravity... even the Kennedys have to obey it.Alan Korwin said:Calls to indict Kerry are premature and most certainly overkill. He should receive the same lenient treatment any other citizen deserves when innocently violating these complex and non-intuitive rules.
Korwin definitely had that wrong in his original text, calling it a "Browning."[/*:z53isccl]Washington Post said:Kerry was presented with a union-made Remington shotgun, which he inspected and proudly held aloft, one of several photo ops his campaign has staged to highlight his support of guns for sportsmen.
Right. Someone got it. It's also internet shorthand for same thing.Joe Forte said:
Oh, I think ole Dan is showing a high degree of mastery of his subject. Now if you (or any one else, for that matter) wants to claim mastery in the field of women studies, give me some advance notice, so I can find my hip waders.Snake45 said:As for journalism as a profession, observe the behavior of one Mr. Daniel Rather over the last three days. They don't call it a "BS" degree for nothing.
I've never been so ashamed of my chosen field. I think I'll start telling people that I majored in "Women's Studies" (which save for an apostrophe and an S is actually pretty much the truth....).