Sounds like professional jealousy to me. Ms Mullen didn't brand the victimization properly.
I think you miss the human tragedy of the story.
Avoiding distasteful behavior never stops the progressives from having their say.
And then she became all too aware of what a Faustian bargain her community had struck...
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.
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Jan 12, 2017
vol XXVIII issue 2
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