Re: hazing policy taken too far.
Thu, 18 Sep 1997 09:01:07 -0700
in responce to Steve Tyler
I just took a moment and looked at my copy of the Bill of Rights...
lets see we can assemble... we can speak freely.....
Yup you are right no where does it say that we are free of people who
have their own narrow view of the world who can demand things and get
changes made simply by threatning a law suit......
> Sorry, couldn't resist...
> CzarCasm wrote, in part:
> > Not so much that she was a "SHE".. but I, myself, am getting real tired
> > of the 'ONE" person who comes in and demands changes of the "VERY
> > MANY"... it seems to be an often occurance in today's American society....
> Sure...but such a "demand" is not necessarily the same as being required
> to change. Even then, remember that the Bill of Rights was created
> PRECISELY to protect the minority against the will of the majority. Get
> a good grip on the baby before you tip that particular tub!
> > There is nothing worse than a Liberal (and I am a card carrying one) who
> > knows what is best for everyone else...
> Why limit it to Liberals (by the way, your card was just revoked! ;->
> )? I've lately seen a lot of so-called Conservatives hot to decide what
> you can and can't do, particularly if they don't happen to like you.
> Steve on Cattail Creek
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