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What does real American''s think about the idea of a mosque being built at ground zero?

A:  As a real American citizen of the United States, I do have a problem with this? We KNOW what most true Americans feel! There is plenty of room in New York City for a mosque - as a matter of fact there are over 100 mosques in NYC - but to put one at Ground Zero? You would think that, at least, the President of this country would agree with our sentiment - but, alas, he does not - such a shocker. The fact that Obama has no problem with a mosque being built at Ground Zero is NOT a shock to those that know the “true” Obama. We all know that he hates America and everything that IS America. Remember, Obama is a Muslim - the Muslims brought down our Twin Towers - now we have a Muslim as President. I agree with you. This clearly shows his true colors and is the most...

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Will an officer usually charge a shop owner with possession in ..

A:  Why was he out driving your car around (it''s not like he was doing a repair and wanted to be sure that it was running properly)? I don''t know what he could have done to lead the cops to search the vehicle, but I''m sure there must have been something. As far as them finding the weed, for all they know, it could have been his. They found it while he was in possession of the vehicle and possession is 9/10s of the law (so I''ve heard). It doesn''t really matter whose car he was in (wether you were a customer or a friend letting him borrow your car). If one of your friends left weed in your car and you were caught with it, you would be responsible for it. The only way I could see you getting him out of it would be confessing that the weed was...

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How safe is it to drive on 3 wheel nuts instead of 4 and how much is the cost of repair?

A:  the reason you broke a wheel stud/nut is because you overtightened them so id get to a garage and ask them to take your wheel off and put it back on for you as they will then tighten your wheel to the correct torque, and as it happens you dont have to drive your car VERY slowly atall, i drive my series 2 RS turbo running 218.4 BHP and it only has 3 wheel nuts on the front n/s wheel and i thrash that about every night, i take it upto a minimum of 110mph everynight on the motorway on the way home and have done this for the past 4 months and i think my car pushes more power than your 1.4 rover (no offence), i dont know if any of you actually realise but alot of the smaller engines citreons actually only have 3...

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At what percentage of a car's value does an insurance company "total" the car?

A:  It''s not a percentage. It''s anything more than the value of the car. If your car is worth $2,000, and you get $2001 in damages...the car is totaled. And keep in mind, the value of the car will be significantly different than what you think it will be. There''s usually a large gap between what a car is worth to an owner, and it''s actual value. So don''t be surprised if they value it pretty low. as a general rule, most companies will total a car at either 70 to 80% based on what state you live. ie; car value is 1K; state allows 75%; so as long as damages are 749 or less, can repair. but say the damages are 850, which is now at 85%, so would be totaled. even though the repairs are less than the value, wont repair, since an estimate is written on what the estimator can see; once a car is...

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What does the law or judge fully means when he says you cant practice law?

A:  You are always allowed to represent yourself without a license to practice law. You only need the license to represent others. You could even save some time and impress him by stipulating to the speed, and just making the arguments you listed. Every American citizen, according to United States Supreme Court, has the right to wave the right to an attorney, and defend him or her self. It is looked down upon in most Courts, but can''t be constitutionally prohibited. Therefore, go for it. What you CAN''T do unless you are in BAR, is defend, for example, your friend or brother. None of those ''common law defenses'' are going to work. Which you would know if you were a lawyer, which is why the...

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To the supporters of Roe vs. Wade

A:  Re: To the supporters of Roe vs. Wade john w k wrote:To the supporters of Roe vs. Wade[/color] I have long been amazed at those who defend Roe vs. Wade and their complicity in the subjugation of our constitutional system! The constitution secures and protects individual liberty from both FEDERAL and STATE oppression of individual liberty. The Supreme Court, in Roe v. Wade, struck down an oppressive state law as unconstitutional in violation of the Fourteenth Amendment. The Court decided a case or controversy arising under the constitution and was acting in accordance with the powers it was delegated in the

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How can the Mexican government ask the court to reject the state’s immigration law on the grounds that it?

A:  The question is, why is Obama listening to a foreign entity at all! Mexico has nothing to offer us as far as boosting our economy. What have they got that we actually need from them? Their beaches? Their Corona? Their vegatables? We have beaches of our own, yeah! I know, some of them have tar all over them, OUR beer is just as good as theirs, and we have plenty of land to grow our own vegetables!! Mexico wants our dollars but doesn''t want their deadbeats. That''s why that President of Mexico wants us to open our borders, just to get rid of them! Mexico has no structure per se, no unemployment benefits, welfare system etc. Of course the Mexicans want US to take care of their poor. How about the cartel up in the hills, and I understand, they are actually on US soil....

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does firing in violation of a company's own policy constitute wrongful termination? Pennsylvania

A:  does the situation above, as provided, fall within the guidelines of the company''s stated Open Door Policy? That''s not for us to say; it''s your employer''s call. If so, does the removal of an employee from the company in violation of their own stated policies constitute a wrongful termination? No. A wrongful termination exists when a law is violated. Company policy is not law. Thank you CBG. I appreciate your input. does the removal of an employee from the company in violation of their own stated policies constitute a wrongful termination? Yes it could be wrongful termination, although going by your post it is difficult to say. The theory of

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doesn't the draft violate the U.S. constitution?

A:  is it really relevant to argue when there isn''t a draft in effect? Evidently you weren''t paying attention "in school", you need to reread what the amendments actually SAY.....even regular "slavery" is ''constitutional'' punishment as a duly legislated sentence for a crime of which the Court have deemed you guilty.... it is not a form of involuntary servitude because you can claim to be a conscientious objector and be exempt from the draft. The US Supreme Court says no, but that does not mean you have to agree with it. There are contradictions in the law all of the time, you just have to live with it. Furthermore, words in the constitution should not be read in...

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How do you feel about Obama''s comments about the Gates matter?

A:  THe way I see it, he didn''t bring it up. He was asked the question. He responded. Maybe he shouldn''t have said the police acted stupidly, but, they sort of did. And so did Gates. But, its over now, so let it go. Well, I think the police acted stupidly so I consider his comment correct. Something you have to take into consideration is that the media, no matter who is in office at the time, tends to ask the President their opinion on current affairs that are spreading everywhere like wildfire. So basically, he was screwed if he answered, screwed if he didn''t. If he didn''t answer, it would have outraged the people who thought he should address a serious issue. By answering, he outraged everyone with opposing views. Regardless, his opinion on the matter doesn''t...