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March 26, 2008

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clarice

IIRC on an earlier thread about Michelle a poster dug up the fact that she (a) flunked the bar the first time around(so did Hillary and Hillary did it in DC where there is about a 70% pass rate) and (b) let her license lapse after she left SA (something that suggests it was apparent law was not something she was particularly good at or interested in practicing ever again).

Jane

I'm willing to sneer at Michelle flunking the bar exam, since that exact same fate was my biggest fear ever, given the economic consequences. But lots of people flunk the bar exam, and it's not necessarily an indication of whether you become a good lawyer. I know lots of people who aced the bar exam and are horrible lawyers. At any rate it may be a bigger indication of a free pass at Harvard than anything else.

Blenheim

I've never heard the Illinois bar described as particularly tough. Maybe MO turned her back on the profession because, Harvard to the contrary, she just couldn't hack it (and all those white males keeping her down didn't make it any easier).

Just out of curiousity Clarice, did she actually let her license LAPSE, or did she just go to an inactive status?

GMax

Speaking of offensive, just read this. It rips whites, and Italians and throws in an apartheid reference. This is in print, and when he knows he will be scrutinized. Do you think he ever just lets loose in a Sunday sermon ( like maybe every Sunday?)?

"(Jesus') enemies had their opinion about Him," Wright wrote in a eulogy of the late scholar Asa Hilliard in the November/December 2007 issue. "The Italians for the most part looked down their garlic noses at the Galileans."

Wright continued, "From the circumstances surrounding Jesus' birth (in a barn in a township that was under the Apartheid Roman government that said his daddy had to be in), up to and including the circumstances surrounding Jesus' death on a cross, a Roman cross, public lynching Italian style. ...

"He refused to be defined by others and Dr. Asa Hilliard also refused to be defined by others. The government runs everything from the White House to the schoolhouse, from the Capitol to the Klan, white supremacy is clearly in charge, but Asa, like Jesus, refused to be defined by an oppressive government because Asa got his identity from an Omnipotent God."

Syl

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This is the part the Captain quoted of Michelle:

We don’t like being pushed outside of our comfort zones. You know it right here on this campus. You know people sitting at different tables- you all living in different dorms. I was there. You’re not talking to each other, taking advantage that you’re in this diverse community. Because sometimes it’s easier to hold on to your own stereotypes and misconceptions. It makes you feel justified in your own ignorance. That’s America. So the challenge for us is are we ready for change?

Man, if Hillary can pull this off I'll be so grateful I'll vote for her in November.

[eek]

PeterUK

"public lynching Italian style. ...!

That's the Cosa Nostra vote down the tubes.

buck campbell

poor ed koch
i cant imagine being a ex slave in America and being all of a sudden healed of all your wounds because you have become succesful.
i cant imagine being a black woman raped and used as a whore in your mistress home all of a sudden forgetting what has happened.

i cant imagine being lynched ,burned,unfairly accused of any crime sold seperated from your family or told you cannot read ,write are ever be as good as a WHITE man and expect your children or grandchildren to forget it was
just a entrance into the LAND OF THE FREE AND HOME OF THE BRAVE.

i cant imagine going on a pick nic a form of white entertainment for lynching blacks
in America .

so then was then and now is now .
now i can go to your church , you evidently wont come to mine,now i can eat,stay or wallow in your world as a free slave, thanks ogreat white master but
me nor my preacher will ever forget what a hyprocrite you are

GOD BLESS AMERICA

BUCK A CONSERVATIVE BLACK AMERICAN

JohnnyT

You know why she failed the Bar exam, don't you? It was the questions!

1. You have a white client whom-
A. GUILTY!
-you are defending in a burglary case.

2. You're in a hearing with Donald Trump-
A. YOU'RE FIRED!
-as a corporate client in a zoning matter.

3. You are handling a trial that involves a young black man-
A. INNOCENT!
-as prosecutor in a complicated murder case.

She prejudged the questions in her inimitable style. She had to leave her "comfort zone" in order to pass the next year. God Damn America's Bar Exams!

SunnyDay

She's mighty quiet lately.

Sue

Buck,

I'm not sure of the identity of the hypocrite in your post.

zara

Michelle Obama may indeed have failed the bar the first time, but I don't think that that fact can be inferred from the date of her admission to the bar. If anything, I think the inference is to the contrary. I passed the New York bar in July 1992 but was not admitted until July 1993, because admission, in New York at least, is not automatic upon passing the bar exam. First, you had to wait for the results, which did not come that year until November (I don't know if it's different now). Then, you had to fill out an extensive application and provide transcripts and recommendations etc. And then have an interview with the Character and Fitness Committee, which only met at certain times. To be sure, taking a year to be admitted was perhaps a little lazy on my part -- so sue me -- but in New York, at least, getting admitted in May after taking the February bar would have been extremely fast, if not outright impossible.

Jane

Zara,

Not true in MA - we take care of all that stuff before the bar exam, I suspect because most people have jobs that aren't going to wait that long. None of my friends admitted in NY waited either, but that's only a hand full of people. You are the first person I've ever heard of who delayed admission on purpose. Typically July bar = November admission - December/January swearing in.

boris

Hey BUCKwit ...

Your black rivals sold you into slavery. A white Southern Democrat bought you for his plantation. White Northern Republicans set you free. White Northern Republicans and white Northern Democrats worked together to break the white Southern Democrat's filibusters to pass your civil rights and end segregation.

But you're still too pissed off to figure out that "white people" aren't your enemy. Fine. Buck off till you do.

retire05

Buck, thanks for pointing out what was done to American Indians by, if you are really a black American, your ancestors in the Buffalo Soldiers.

My family is still waiting for the apology from black America for the crimes you committed against them.

Perhaps that could be the topic of Rev. Wright's next sermon?

bgates

Fun perspective on Michelle Obama -
Volokh had a link to a story where her boss justified her 100k-300k salary increase by saying she was 'worth her weight in gold'.

I looked up the price of gold at the time that statement was made.

Assuming Michelle weighs no more than 140lbs, at her present salary they'll be able to stop paying her in 2009.

Sweetie

"the Glib Lib has an angry minister, an angry wife, and a deplorable racist of a grandma"

Normally one leads with the most troubling and ends on the least troubling. This racist Grandma just spooks me to no end. When did O know this and why did he wait so long to call out the hater with blue hair?

clarice

"Just out of curiousity Clarice, did she actually let her license LAPSE, or did she just go to an inactive status? "

I don't recall the specific post, but to the best of my recollection the post indicated she had taken affirmative steps to cease her bar membership. If struck me as surprising because one could just go into inactive status but this report indicated something more had been done.


As to flunking the bar exam--as Jane notes it is not proof that one will be a bad lawyer.OTOH it's not a sign you'd be a good one. In my husband's firm most people take it after graduation and before starting work as an associate. The amount of time it takes to be admitted after passage does vary by state and sometimes can take a while.I will also say it is my recollection that because of its importance most people try very hard to pass it and the only associates I can remember failing it were those obviously admitted to law school under some AA program--associates who it turned out couldn't make the grade even after they'd passed.

bgates

Buck makes me think Toots was a typical white person.

After her daughter was impregnated and dumped by a married black man, Toots took the child in, raised him, sacrificed to get him into the best schools.

The response to her efforts was typical, too: a race baiter weighed her lifetime of effort against the time she was uncomfortable around a panhandler and decided: not good enough.

Buck, thanks for sharing. Would you like to hear my imagined sob stories from the Norman Conquest?

pagar

"as a failure of leadership:@
Would not one have to show leadership first?

cathyf
...a rabbi in a synagogue attended primarily by Jews...
Ok, I know that this was a simple thought-mangle caused by too-slavish a devotion parallel sentence structure, but it made me smile to contemplate synagogues attended primarily by non-Jews. :-)

(Although I suspect it might also get a bemused chuckle from some claiming to have attended just such a synagogue. Or any of the analogues of other religions -- the term "episcopalian agnostic" comes to mind -- who have likewise worshipped.)

PeterUK

Interesting,Buck uses the same lower case first person singular as Garth.Same hive?

clarice

I wonder what would happen if the pollsters asked how many wanted the entire nomination process run over and the present possibilities tossed out?

Candy

scroll down for Michelle video:

http://gatewaypundit.blogspot.com

Rick Ballard

"Would you like to hear my imagined sob stories from the Norman Conquest?"

Could you do some Viking stories first? The Normans were kind of boring, really...

(Yes - I do know where the 'Nor' in Norman comes from - they allowed themselves to be tamed though.)

clarice

James Lewis on how the lefts' support for BLT may well turn out to bte them on the behind:

If you've ever wondered why black people in America have had such a hard time rising in society, even after slavery ended in 1865, even after the Civil Rights Acts of the 1960s, even after affirmative action tilted the playing field in their favor, the answer has to be found in the doctrines that have been preached to blacks by their most powerful leaders. If Black Liberation Theology is to be believed, blacks can never make it on their own. They have to rely on a separatist, rage-filled ideology, supported whole-heartedly by white Leftist churches.


The Left has a long, long habit of shafting the very people is purports to love. Instead, the Left only empowers Leftist elites. Look at the history of the Soviet Union, of Maoist China, of Fidel Castro. Who profited from those regimes except the elites, dining on caviar while ordinary people starved? Today Hugo Chavez is squandering Venezuela's oil wealth on his personal ego trips. It is the poor who suffer from Chavez' caudillismo.


What the Church of the Left have done to poor blacks is just like that. Instead of supporting messages of hope and strength, they celebrated the rage demagogues who keep people in thrall. "Black Liberation" is an enslavement of the mind. If you keep black people popping with anger at whites, half a century after the end of Jim Crow, you are not helping them. You are hurting them.


For the Democrats, who have knowingly supported this corruption of the poor for decades, the churches of Left have set a time bomb. Next month we'll see if it explodes

http://www.americanthinker.com/2008/03/how_the_leftist_churches_set_a.html>Time bomb

PeterUK

Mr Ballard,
We have to do the Roman Conquest first.Not that there is anything wrong with that,some of my best friends are in the Mafia.

PeterUK

"James Lewis on how the lefts' support for BLT may well turn out to bte them on the behind:"

Bacon, lettuce and tomato? The left are into some hardcore sandwiches.

GMax

Careful not to look down your garlic nose when discussing anything to do with the Roman Conquest. You know its just a bunch of wops wearing wife beater t-shirts, Wright?

Lesley

I think Michelle Obama could take some cues from Laura Bush vs Hillary Clinton wrt the role of a First Lady. Michelle Obama doesn't strike me as a person who enjoys getting hammered on a weekly basis. Early on in the campaign bubble, when she was obviously enjoying the adulation of the public and the press, she got alittle cocky. This recent criticism has got to have set her back on her heels. She is defintely out of her comfort zone. Michelle has never had to deal with this and she doesn't have the heavy weight political instincts/years of battling of a Hillary Clinton. (My reference is to Hillary during Bill's presidency). Poor Michelle has got a problem.

Other Tom

How well I remember the column a couple of months ago entitled "Obama's Secret Weapon." And the subject, of course, was Michelle.

At this point she is much more than a liability--she is fast approaching the point where many voters would blanch (so to speak) at the thought of her being First Lady.

With each passing day I allow myself to entertain the hope not only that McCain will win, but that we may be looking at a landslide. And I shiver with an unnatural ecstasy when imagining what the Dem "leadership" must be feeling right about now.

And they brought every last ounce of it upon themselves...

ben

While it's true Michelle is not the candidate, having a spouse that is not a drag on the ticket helps. I think Theresa Heinz "I'm rich as hell and I don't give a damm what people think" Kerry didn't help John Kerry and Michelle won't help Obama.....

centralcal

I suspect Michelle Obama is a ticking time bomb temper-wise! Just you wait until "she is mad as hell and isn't gonna take it anymore" - I bet she let's rip no matter who is trying to put a lid on her.

Simply a matter of time, I betcha.

Barney Frank

Michelle Obama doesn't strike me as a person who enjoys getting hammered on a weekly basis.

Judging by the quotes I've seen so far I'd say she enjoys getting hammered just about daily.

Jane

Okay, I have a terribly politically incorrect question: Why is it with the Bucks of this world who find it so necessary to avenge the ills foisted on their great grandparents. I can look back at my family history and see all sorts of things that should not have happened to my ancestors. And I suppose all of those things had some impact on me. Yet I've never once asked anyone to give me something in return. I'm not the least bit angry. I count my blessings not the curses. What's wrong with me?


clarice

You aren't neurotic ,Jane..Ergo you just don't fit in. Sorry. That's the way it is.

PeterUK

Jane,
"Bucks of this world who find it so necessary to avenge the ills foisted on their great grandparents".

If you change the word necessary to expedient it makes more sense.

RichatUF

clarice-

Lewis's article is pretty good. He could extend it to the Palestinians (a Marxist based theology centered around hatred of the Jews) and the IRA (a Marxist based theology centered around hatred of England).

Jane

Yeah - "expedient is probably a better word". That's the problem with sticking your hand out. Sometime it gets stuck there.

My question was actually somewhat serious. I spent a lot of years doing complex litigation. And at some point I realized I would no more want to be a plaintiff than I'd want to cut my arm off. What I realized was that when you sue someone you carry them around with you like a dead weight until the litigation is over. It's a bad place to get stuck.

boris

If you change the word necessary to expedient it makes more sense.

Also it transforms the grievance into a fantasy coordinate system where facts don't matter. The current space time coordinate system is simply too observable and open to inspection.

clarice

I like everything Lewis writes. I am jealous that he is so prolific and so well-versed on so any things.

OT wins the McPeak contest, I think.

Once again, Obama distances himself from the statements of one of his advisers--this time retired General McPeak:


The Obama campaign issued a statement dealing with McPeak. Here it is in full: "Senator Obama's longstanding commitment to Israel is clear to anyone who has reviewed his voting record, read his speeches or looked at his policy papers. As he has said, his support for our democratic ally Israel is based on America's national interests and our shared values. Neither Senator Clinton nor Senator Obama agrees with every position their advisors take, and in this case Senator Obama disagrees with General McPeak's comments

http://www.haaretz.com/hasen/spages/968407.html

M. Simon

You know what I like about this?

Five more months of bleeding by the Dems.

To quote pop radio from the 60s:

"And the hits just keep on coming"

bgates

in this case Senator Obama disagrees with General McPeak's comments
Maybe Senator Obama could get out ahead of this line of stories and just say which of his advisors' opinions he actually shares.
The alternative is to disagree with whichever of his supporters' comments appear in public (McPeak and the Jews, Wright and white people and the Jews, Power and - wait a minute.)

JohnnyT

This Just In: Rev. Wright wrote an article in the current issue of the Trumpet magazine calling Italians "Garlic Noses" and calling Jesus' crucifixion a "public lynching Italian Style." The fun just never stops with this guy! Anyway, heres the link at Gateway Pundit:

http://gatewaypundit.blogspot.com/2008/03/obamas-pastor-wright-italians-look-down.html

This election is SO over!

JohnnyT

Sorry, gmax, you beat me to the punch on the Garlic Noses story. But any good Wright rant is worth repeating, yes-no?

clarice

Well what do you suppose attracted Obama to McPeak--a shared love of tweaking with AF uniforms? And why would McPeak want to work with a candidate committed to Israel?

Steverino
I looked up the price of gold at the time that statement was made.

Assuming Michelle weighs no more than 140lbs, at her present salary they'll be able to stop paying her in 2009.

You might have to redo your calculations. Gold's measured and sold in troy ounces, people are weighed in pounds and ounces avoirdupois. Make sure you account for that :)

Ranger

Well, if people really want to pile on with Obama, someone should file a complaint with the Illinois Bar to have his law license pulled. There is a preciedent here. Matthew Hale was refused a law license in 1998 by the Illinois Bar for his belief in racial discrimination. This was considered a "gross deficiency in moral character" by the Illinois Bar, and upheld by the Illinois Supreme court.

Given the Black Liberation Theology doctrin of Obama's church and its stated emphasis on Black values, a complaint could reasonably be made. Kind of a political 'dirty trick' but...

PeterUK

Perhaps time to target the Tuzla Rose for a while.

James

Poorly written blog. Poorly worded discourse. And a poorly grasped understanding of our political, social and economic history of the US.

When readers confuse the viking conquerors of centuries past with the concomitant discrimination of today, you know our education system has failed. And when readers fail to understand that their own prejudices tint the lenses of their lives, you know that we have miles and miles to go before we can even realize the dream of racial equality.

Obama challenges us to rise to the occasion and to look beyond our own prejudices. As far as Rev. Wright, his comments are on par with those of so many other religious leaders who counseled recognized leaders.

Do you rise to the occasion or do you continue to cry your own victim song (a victim on being black, white, brown, etc.)?

clarice

James:"Obama challenges us to rise to the occasion and to look beyond our own prejudices."

And besides blather what evidence do you see that he has done so? I see a twenty year association with a crazypants race baiter who has kept prejudice and hatred alive..
James:"As far as Rev. Wright, his comments are on par with those of so many other religious leaders who counseled recognized leaders."
Name one--other than Jesse Jackson who offered spiritual guidance to Clinton while paying off his mistress with charitable funds?

Rick Ballard

Obama challenges us to rise to the occasion and to look beyond our own prejudices and adopt his very own. To understand that without reparations promised and promised and promised, there is no hope of keeping unfortunates on the progressive plantations. To understand that every lie which issues from his mouth serves to further line the pockets of those to whom he owes so much (hi, Tony - good luck in the trial), to understand that without those lies the bitterness that a racist such as Wright engenders every Sunday might fade - and should it fade, the livelihood of every hustler and huckster who makes a dime from it will disappear forever.

So, yes, Obama does challenge us - to keep hate alive and to follow his own example by making sure that every child is exposed to those lies, just as he exposed his own daughters to them since their baptism.

Rick Ballard

Oh geez - wuz it another Flying Monkey? The Red Witch has cunning minions and I just hate the possibility of being outfoxed.

kim

Poor James, a victim of Obama's tinted lens. And speaking of failed education, and poor writing, please look up 'concomitant' before you use it in oral or written speech again.
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JohnnyT

Unbelievable! How many of you Obama supporters so eager to whitewash Wright's racist, conspiratorial and nihilistic tirades were the first to scream bloody murder about Don Imus or Michael Richards?

Fact is, Obama can count out the Italian vote too, thanks to his Garlic Noses comments. What do they think? That we LIKE being insulted and slandered? That's it's OK because of the slavery he, his father and grandfather never knew? That HAte Whitey and Garlic Noses gets a pass? HA!

Between Hillary's Rambo and Obama's Uncle Festering, you Dems are toast come November.
And you can keep on whitewashing that black racist David Duke of a preacher all the way to Second Place.

Other Tom

Obama probably wishes right now that he had had the courage to challenge Reverend Wright to rise above his prejudices. But he didn't.

How, exactly, is it that Obama challenges the rest of us? By being black? That's a pretty easy "challenge" to make.

Please, James, tell us about your prejudices...

Sue

Obama challenges us to rise to the occasion and to look beyond our own prejudices.

See, herein lies the problem. I resent being challened to look beyond a prejudice I don't have by a person who is clearly prejudiced.

Sue

I also resent typos on my part! **challenged**

centralcal

Three Democrat stooges went to Iraq in 2002 -- financed by Saddam Hussein!

Doncha just love the donkey party! A complete bunch of A*ses

clarice

"what about Wright's wanton anti-Semitism? All the liberals (including essence-besplattered Chris Matthews) have accepted Obama's defense of Wright and want us to understand Wright's "legitimate" rage over his painful youth in segregated America.

But the anti-Semitic tone of Wright's sermons is as clear as his rage against the United States. Rev. Wright calls Israel a "dirty word" and a "racist country." He denounces Zionism and calls for divestment from Israel.

In addition to videos of Rev. Wright's sermons, Obama's church also offers for sale sermons by Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan, whom Rev. Wright joined on a visit to Moammar Gadhafi in Libya in 1984. Just last year, Obama's church awarded Farrakhan the Dr. Jeremiah A. Wright Jr. Trumpeter Award, saying Farrakhan "truly epitomized greatness."

What, pray tell, is the legitimate source of Wright's anti-Semitism? I believe Brother Obama passed over that issue entirely in his "conversation," even as he made the obligatory bow to Israel's status as one of our "stalwart allies." Why does crazy "uncle" Wright dislike Jews?"

http://www.humanevents.com/article.php?id=25728

Sue

C-cal,

Which 3?

centralcal

From Capt. Ed at Hot Air:

"The lawmakers are not mentioned but the dates correspond to a trip by Democratic Reps. Jim McDermott of Washington, David Bonior of Michigan and Mike Thompson of California. There was no indication the three lawmakers knew the trip was underwritten by Saddam."

centralcal

Sue - follow link in my name.

DebinNC

"Judicial Watch: Obama ‘intended to leave no paper trail’"

The president of a prominent watchdog group said Wednesday that he believes Democratic presidential frontrunner Sen. Barack Obama (D-Ill.) “intended to leave no paper trail” during his time in the Illinois Senate. ..... Fitton argues that Obama’s public accounts of what happened to his records do not mesh with information from the Illinois Office of the Secretary of State. He added that the Judicial Watch investigation “suggests” that the senator could have had his records archived in a way that would grant the public access to them.

“It appears that Obama never kept records of his time in the Illinois state legislature, or he discarded them,” Fitton stated. “Either way, he clearly intended to leave no paper trail.”

http://thehill.com/campaign-2008/judicial-watch-obama-intended-to-leave-no-paper-trail-2008-03-26.html

PeterUK

James,
No cliche uncoined eh?

"When readers confuse the viking conquerors of centuries past with the concomitant discrimination of today, you know our education system has failed."

Unfortunately for you you have picked the wrong blog,these folks have education coming out of the wazoo. Best get out whilst you are in one piece.

PeterUK

"Obama's church awarded Farrakhan the Dr. Jeremiah A. Wright Jr. Trumpeter Award, saying Farrakhan "truly epitomized greatness."

Yeah,he's up there with Miles Davis.

clarice

I don't know why the Bonior et al trip is considered news--I recall the trip, that it was underwritten by a thug with close ties to Saddam and in fact I believe the same guy underwrote the movie by whosewhats --uh..Ritter----the wmd seeker who turned sides and then rather disappeared from view when he solicited an underage girl.

glasater

This is slightly off topic but from the 'way back machine and JOM--Mr. Maguire has this quote from the thread--

Throughout 1959 and the 1960 campaign, Martin Luther King, Jr. quietly but clearly backed Richard Nixon, a card-carrying NAACP member and a more ardent supporter of civil rights than John F. Kennedy

Mr. Maquire had some interesting comments in and around December 2002 on race.

link

kim

Nowhere to be seen, but I do see a trail of tear-stained broken tinted lenses. Follow that cad.
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Other Tom

What about Wright's referring to Italians as "garlic noses?" What the hell did any Italian in America ever have to do with slavery?

James, old fellow, I'm not sure that "concomitant" is quite the word you're groping for. Not a good fit at all. Did you perhaps mean to say "contemporaneous?" Rather poorly written, I'd say...

RichatUF

clarice-


I recall the trip, that it was underwritten by a thug with close ties to Saddam and in fact I believe the same guy underwrote the movie by whosewhats...


Indeed. The memory hole. It must be more of that Saddam wasn't a threat he was our paymaster that we keep hearing about.

ajs

I'm an Illinois attorney, although I took the bar about 10 yrs after Michelle Obamma did. When I took it, there was an 85% pass rate. Failing the bar is not necessarily an indication of lack of intelligence, although it can be. More often than not it's a failure to properly prepare for it. The top tier Illinois law schools, U of Chicago and Northwestern, had surprisingly high bar failure rates when I tested. I was told the reason for this strange phenomenon was that many of the students there figured they were so smart that they didn't need to study for it - they took it cold, without having taken a bar prep course, and bombed.

It's safe to assume that having been accepted to Harvard Law, Ms. Obamma was no dummy. If she failed it the first time around, it was probably the combined result of arrogance and lack of preparation.

Also, when I took it, you tested in July, received results in September, and got your law license in November. If you failed it, I think there was a winter test date in February.

clarice

It's also true that after the first year at Harvard law, students get to take lots of electives and may not have the same sort of preparation for the exam as someone from ,say, Fordham..(The only person I know who had trouble failing the bar exam (in Michigan) more than once was very smart. But law school and bar exams test two different things. To pass a bar exam you have to think shallow to do well in most law schools, a capacity to b.s. endlessly on arcane points no one much cares about. Bar examiners have to grade hundreds of exams. They are happiest if you let them know that you can properly identity the issue and understand the main arguments on both sides of it.Period. (How Tasmania handles the issue might be of interest to your law professor; the bar examiner could not care less.

clarice

***To pass a bar exam you have to think shallow. [T]o do well in most law schools, a capacity to b.s. endlessly on arcane points no one much cares about [is an advantage].**

sylvia

Looks like the Pastor Disaster is gaining steam! (I just wanted to type "Pastor Disaster". I got that from the London Times.)

pagar

"And why would McPeak want to work with a candidate committed to Israel? "

Does Obama have any adviser who is not committed to the destruction of Israel?

If one is committed to the destruction of Israel, what does that say about their commitment to the US?

Based on what I see of Obama's advisers, IMO, some kind of Presidential finding will be issued soon after he assumes the office (If Obama is elected) making it illegal for any US money to be spent supporting Israel.

battery

Based on what I see of Obama's advisers, IMO, some kind of Presidential finding will be issued soon after he assumes the office (If Obama is elected) making it illegal for any US money to be spent supporting Israel.

sophy

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