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To: SmithL

>>If a kid falls on the step, they're going to automatically sue Rec and Park and me.<<

Then bring a paper that the rep of the group signs for no liability and let them sing.

Mean people suck....


7 posted on 12/05/2004 10:07:50 AM PST by netmilsmom (Zell on DEM Christianity, "They can hum the tune, but can't sing the song.")
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To: netmilsmom
Then bring a paper that the rep of the group signs for no liability and let them sing.

Ya think maybe that might be part of the permit process?

20 posted on 12/05/2004 10:20:24 AM PST by xm177e2 (Stalinists, Maoists, Ba'athists, Pacifists: Why are they always on the same side?)
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To: netmilsmom

"Then bring a paper that the rep of the group signs for no liability and let them sing."

During the permitting process, a liability policy is required. A statement of no liability is almost useless in court.


21 posted on 12/05/2004 10:21:41 AM PST by Bob J (RIGHTALK.com...a conservative alternative to NPR!)
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To: netmilsmom

>>If a kid falls on the step, they're going to automatically sue Rec and Park and me.<<

Classic case of a 'rat projecting her own diseased values onto the community at large. This is why these germs thought Silky Pony was a good candidate...


47 posted on 12/05/2004 1:28:44 PM PST by hinckley buzzard
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To: netmilsmom
>>If a kid falls on the step, they're going to automatically sue Rec and Park and me.<< Then bring a paper that the rep of the group...

(Sarcasm on, please. No offense intended.) Then bring a paper that the rep of the group...can use as a poop scoop should the nasty little darlings decide to soil the park with their presence. (sarcasm off)

It will be interesting to see whether children intent on celebrating Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, Muslim and Hindu holidays, or pagans anticipating the coming "winter solstice" will also be shooed away from the park. I doubt it. One must not offend people of other faiths. Now, I believe this with all my heart. Why, then, is it deemed acceptable for the thought police and the political correctionists to suppress Christianity and hence to offend the so-called "faith of the majority" by declaring that this faith will offend those who subscribe to the so-called "minority" faiths? We seriously need to expose these multiculturalists for the lowlife ANTICULTURALISTS (even Karl Marx called them the "lumpenproletariat") that they truly are at heart, and to expose their political correctness as the most dangerous form of fundamentalism ever to grab hold of the popular imagination in the United States.

"Separation of church and state" is nowhere to be found in the Constitution, but in the writings of Thomas Jefferson. If truth be told, church (and that means ALL faiths) may enter government, but government may NOT enter the church so defined. In other words, political discourse, in order to be inclusive and all-encompassing, must allow and "tolerate" religious-based discourse. Those who engage in religious discourse must expect to be confronted and insulted for their political conceptions of the state. Government may neither favor nor suppress any religious or secular political discourse except that which openly threatens violence against the body politic. Do we really think the city officials involved in harassing children intent on having a good time and merely expressing who they are would understand such a line of argument?

59 posted on 12/05/2004 6:36:48 PM PST by albertp (Malice in Blunderland, The Wizard of Odd, Gullible's Troubles! Steal the wealth, spread the poverty.)
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