Re: [tips_and_tricks] Re: HJR-192 repealed - public law 95-147
- --- "Joey T." <ieajt@...> wrote:
>Yeah. Try that argument next time in front of a
> Law is Law! Public Policy is not Law! You can't
> mix apples and oranges!
> The Law that is still in action is the "Archain Law"
> or the "Ancient Law"
> that is forever settled.
"public policy" court.
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- Michael Noonan [mailto:mn_chicago@...] wrote:
> Yeah. Try that argument next time in front of aWhy would one who cared about his own rights voluntarily enter a public
> "public policy" court.
I think there's an old maxim to the effect of "one is not dragged into
equity in chains". A courtroom filled with the same 100 people during
the same three hour period could be any one or more of several "courts"
depending upon who was saying what to whom. A photo is insufficient to
confirm the type of court the courtroom is currently servicing.
- --- Frog Farmer <frogfrmr@...> wrote:
> Why would one who cared about his own rightsFor anyone who took me seriously, the response was a
> voluntarily enter a public
> policy court?
bit facetious to Law is Law! Public Policy is not law!
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