Collin White wrote:
> On Sat, 4 Dec 1999 16:55:57 EST Rick Blaney <[log in to unmask]> writes:
> > Excuse me, Neil. I can't speak for your country, however, in the
> > United States, the preponderance of court rulings have always upheld
> > rights of people and the 10 Amendments to the Constitution.
> Kind of idealistic, don't ya think? The Bill of Rights has been slowly
> eroded over the years. The 4th Amendment against unreasonable search and
> seizure, to think of one example. About the only one which hasn't been
> altered or changed by court decisions is the 3rd, which is an
> anachronistic relic, anyway..
I'm sorry, guys, but here we are again discussing American issues which
have absolutely nothing to do with Celtic matters!
So could we please return to Celtic topics?
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