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Thread: Oral Arguments
Re: Oral Arguments
HR is right in everything he says. No one knows how they vote except the liberals who always vote the party line. We just said that the first day wasn't good for their side based on the questions on tax. That's what their entire argument is based on.
HR then summed up what we were saying with this:
Plenty of lawyers go before the SCOTUS and blow it. The solicitor general, if he's not careful, started down that path yesterday.
Also don't forget Bush v Gore where the court pretty much voted down party lines on both sides, except Souter who voted on Gore's side and they still lost and
he was put in by H Bush.
You just never know.Pic of a natural act: UBER RAVENS FAN AND HISTORIAN GURU. THE PAST IS NOT DEAD, IN FACT, IT IS NOT EVEN PAST.' WILLIAM FAULKNER.