Because, m'friend, that the Constitution of the United States provides explicit protection for the copyright of original writings. Our good host here is to be commended for his adherence to the excerpting policy, and the assorted publications from which we see articles posted are absolutely and 100% entitled at law to protect the unauthorised involuntary distribution of the works they've PAID to publish.
It's called ''property''. Perhaps you've heard of the concept? (No bets, either way, on that one.)
Sorry if you find the Constitution inconvenient. Perhaps you can apply for a position on the Supreme Court when Hitlery is elected, eh?
(signed) Your Friendly Neighbourhood Professional Writer
posted on 10/18/2005 10:02:41 PM PDT
Take a valium. I was kidding, my friend. But I guess the smiley face confused you. (The bets still out on that one.)
Your neighborhood unprofessional writer.
posted on 10/18/2005 10:07:57 PM PDT
(Rush Limbaugh walks in the footsteps of giants: George Washington, Thomas Paine and Ronald Reagan.)
posted on 10/18/2005 10:25:10 PM PDT
(Admit it. you clicked on the "I have already previewed" button without actually previewing the post.)
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