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To: Non-Sequitur
That would be the non-binding Senate resolution?

Yeh -- by the members of the same institution that is charged with accepting or rejecting the votes of the electoral college, and it included the Paperless One himself.

Which, in fact, does not specifically say that?

Ahhh -- "specifically". It may not say it specifically enough for you or other of the Paperless One's apologists, but it does say it. Perhaps you should try reading with some "objectivity" or just ask someone who signed it, like Senator Leahy. That might help.

Well there's H.R 593 recognizing Hawaii's 50th anniversary as a state and the fact that it was the birthplace of the current president.

Hmmm. Did the signatories of SR511 sign on to that yet???

[P.S. -- Was all of that "specific" enough for you or do you need more specificity?]

82 posted on 12/31/2009 9:01:58 AM PST by Uncle Chip (TRUTH : Ignore it. Deride it. Allegorize it. Interpret it. But you can't ESCAPE it.)
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To: Uncle Chip
Yeh -- by the members of the same institution that is charged with accepting or rejecting the votes of the electoral college, and it included the Paperless One himself.

What part of 'nonbinding resolution' is confusing you?

It may not say it specifically enough for you or other of the Paperless One's apologists, but it does say it.

I did read it, have you? If so please quote the part about both parents.

Hmmm. Did the signatories of SR511 sign on to that yet???

Hmmmm, no. Because one was a Senate non-binding resolution and one was a House non-binding resolution. For both to sign on would require a joint non-binding resolution.

You do know what a non-binding resolution is, don't you?

90 posted on 12/31/2009 2:25:57 PM PST by Non-Sequitur
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