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  •  the right isnt happy, it doesnt mean shit for us. (4.00)
    Perhaps because of your profession you don't see another pro-business justice on the supreme court as a bad thing.  But for the average american, who is often the receiving end of injustices performed by the corporate interests you defend, this is a colossal defeat.  

    If, under the previous arrangement of justices, valid concepts like immanent domain were mutated to allow private corporations to seize the property of individuals, then what harm will a justice like Roberts help usher in?

    I too worked for a pharm company after i graduated college a year ago.  I worked as a web designer, and after six months i realized that i could no longer use my selfishness, as you have, to rationalize my involvement with this company.

    I don't mean these comments as a personal attack, but because of my populist ideals, i find it hard to agree with a pro-business sympathizer.

    The Bill of Rights, not the Ten Commandments, should be on our buildings

    by chinkoPelinke on Wed Jul 20, 2005 at 09:09:26 AM PDT

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