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Old 25th Sep 2019, 12:31
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Fly Aiprt
 
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Originally Posted by akindofmagic View Post
Therefore it is blindingly obvious that had the judgment been otherwise, there would have been no objection on constitutional grounds. This is a judgment which is without precedent.
QED, no objections when the judgment fits your goals...
Now what would those "constitutional grounds" be, when there is no written constitution ?

As for the need for a precedent, Aihkio asked a good question.

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