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Comment from: jaypee [Visitor]
WOW ! Quite a comparison. Its turning away people that might have agreed with you.
03/17/06 @ 12:02
Comment from: Kiel Christianson [Member] Email
Although Chavez might be pleased, it seems to me that more pleased yet would be the late William H. Rehnquist, under whose Chief Justice-ship the precident for this move was established. Certain sitting US presidents might like to harp about "activist judges," but in reality, Rhenquist presided over the most activist Supreme Court in history, overturning more decisions and reversing more precidents than any before. His activist court opened the door for this "economic domain." Perhaps once the extremely rich individuals get squeezed by the powerful tentacles of the even more influential (corporations, power-hungry governments), even they will begin to doubt the so-called wisdom of an unbridled market economy.
03/17/06 @ 12:30
Comment from: Tim McDonald [Member] Email
I once had an argument with Hugo Chavez, when I was a foreign correspondent for the Associated Press, and he was in Trinidad. It nearly came to blows. He's always referred to as the "strong arm, ex-paratrooper."

03/17/06 @ 15:39
Comment from: Ron Mon [Member] Email
On Grand Island, NY, near Buffalo, an Indian tribe attempted to reclaim land stolen centuries ago. If it had won, the state was prepared to offer a state park (with golf course) as payment. I for one was hoping that the Natives would win, in order to get a better golf course. Sadly, the natives lost, and the golf course still sucks. Does Darrell Kestner keep his job if the course goes public?
06/25/06 @ 11:22

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