"Have you ever actually litigated a constitutional case? As, you put it, a real lawyer, I have won cert in one, one that involved an election in fact. But obviously you know better than the Supreme Court because you know that lack of claim focuses on the litigant rather than the merits of what is claimed, unlike every reported case on the subject."
You misstate what I said again. I never said "lack of claim focuses on the litigant rather than the merits of what is claimed."
I seem to recall you saying you were not a lawyer.
Your memory is no better than your knowledge of the law. Althouogh not practicing at this time I was a lawyer for a very long time.
posted on 01/12/2010 6:01:49 PM PST
(Should we be more like them or they more like we used to be?)
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