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    happymisanthropy, Loge

    By putting Rahm's name back on the ballot, and then not hearing his appeal on an expedited basis, the Supreme Court could allow him to stand for election, get voted in (or not) and then decide whether he was eligible or not.

    If they prefer the runner-up it would be a clever way of deciding the vote.

    On the other hand, this way they don't have to listen to the profanity if they rule against him.

    The Scout Law (trustworthy, loyal, helpful...) is a GREAT liberal manifesto.

    by DaytonMike on Tue Jan 25, 2011 at 10:38:03 AM PST

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