Messages From JUDITH BANDSMA
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YOUR LIVING WILL
Jeb and You seem to forget that we have a tripartite form of government that acts as checks and balances on each other. It is not for executive to order the legislative to allow overruling of the judicial. Please go check a 9th grade civics textbook.

Your Messages
one. Freedom of speech as long as when you were quoting another you did it accurately. Binkley, Hardegree and that whole crowd would have lasted about 10 days under Styx simply for quote changing and telling everybody that nobody could stop them. You know it was his only bannable offense.

YOUR LIVING WILL
of Of course, Ross. Ignore the major point because it is one of your Bush buddies pulling something illegal.

Jeff Binkley
banned You better also make that decree for Hardegree. He's said, numerous times, that nobody can ban him...he'll go where he wants and when.

Your Messages
Lee is a card carrying member of the flock. You haven't been around enough to see that.

Blue Laws
vote retail Will do. Although why none of the other counties challenged the lifting of the blue laws only in designated 'tourist' areas to begin with is beyond me.

Blue Laws
as an not the Before they changed it down here, restaurants were the only businesses allowed to have more than 3 people working on Sunday (no matter what time) and yes, you could buy a tie-dyed t-shirt that said 'fuck you' but couldn't get a plain white one to wear to church...which was one of the arguments used to abolish the laws.

Jeff Binkley
The pile of dogshit that didn't get picked up yet? But then, who would be able to tell the difference?

Stannie, reduced to his primaries
front of a doing, uh, Oh dear. Is he who screams the loudest about 'honor' showing just how much HE has? Again?

Blue Laws
that time 21, but you'd Same in Ohio. Growing up in Western PA, if you said you were going to a long movie (drive-ins were the rule then), you could bop over the state line and get at least a little blitzed. And they weren't too strict on seeing anything that said you were really 18, either. PA, on the other hand, wouldn't (don't know if the law is still the same) accept anything but their own state card as

Blue Laws
been So...your area of the state takes a step into the 19th century.

Blue Laws
a raid, aided illegals That raid on the WalMart was spurred simply by fact that the employees, fed up with working conditions, were talking to union reps despite the threats, layoffs and firings by management. Jail and deportation gives a better idea of just how far the suits are willing to go to deny the workers fair and equal representation. They took their cue from the hotel in Chicago that pulled the same thing. What happened to the management that

Blue Laws
You forget, I also live in one. Have you ever noticed, though, that the 'right to work' states are also the ones most heavily controlled by the evangelical religions and were built on a slave economy?

Re: Religion...
It is being employed in a more worthy forum. When I am not busy working on the graphics for the dr. of OIL's book on the geology of Oman and those for his drinking phd's manual of how to obtain spirits in a REALLY dry country.

Re: Religion...
Had email from him yesterday. Things got sticky in Russia so he went warm and dry. Again in the middle east. Oman. Communications in and out are spotty right now to say the least.

RE: Outsourcing Government
to be Actually, Bush said it first. In a state of the union message.

RE: Outsourcing Government
Certainly did.