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Old March 21, 2013, 04:49 PM   #11
JimDandy
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I would disagree. She didn't really do us a service. By quoting Scalia's Heller decision when she wanted to, after ignoring it on a previous question on the same point in Heller, she left herself open to being easily minimized and "refuted" as a "Cherry-picker". By quoting the prohibited persons part of Heller, but not quoting the Sensitive Areas part of the same point made in the decision, she did neither us, nor herslef any favors. It would have been far better to quote the sensitive areas as a legally permissible basis, then refute it at the same time as us having an opportunity to see if they serve the government's interest now that we're allowing teachers to carry in some of the sensitive areas. If it doesn't get any worse, they obviously aren't as sensitive as we thought.
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