I want my life decisions to be under Section 5 so when I make a stupid mistake in my life I can say “Look, the federal government approved this.”
I wouldn't slander the judge for starters.
We forgive the mistake. Facts are not really that big of a deal here. After all the important thing is to sue and get those attorneys fees out of the feds.
What a bunch of sour grapes Barbara. The judge openly disclosed his relationship with Mr. Plumley at the beginning of the hearing and the plaintiff attorneys declined their right to ask for a different judge. Why didn’t they ask for a different judge in the case? Obviously the plaintiff attorneys were not too worried about such a trifle in our small interconnected community. Your tantrum is only because you lost. Grow up and admit your arguments are weak and don’t stand close scrutiny.
Looney, you can't fight the argument so you attack the person. Lame.
Gary, so your admitting Natalynne wasn't at the hearing. Is that right? See it matters because Natalynne made such a big deal about attendance when she wasn't there herself and you try and distort the discussion to let her off "Many EPIC staff and supporters". She wasn't one of them was she?
The judge was there and he saw through you, that is what really matters.
EPIC failure is how I would decribe this one Natalynne. You may try and spin it but that is what it is. This judge saw through your sleazy game.
Were you there for the hearing?
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