innocentbystander wrote:twballgame9 wrote:innocentbystander wrote:twballgame9 wrote:IB being a moron amuses me. His butchery of history, the "law" and the constitution is without parallel.
I'm guessing you would say the same thing about 4 or 5 of the Supreme Court justices, teddy.
I wish the law was as objective as it should be. If it was, we wouldn't need so many lawyers.
Move to Europe. Until then, STFU.
And the Supreme Court has thus far been smart enough to think your theory is retarded. In fact, I bet more than one of them did an unpaid internship at some point. Some are old enough to have been young lawyers when apprenticeships were in vogue, the early 1800s.
A lot of stuff (legal and a-okay with the Constitution and the Supreme Court) was in vogue, in the early 1800s.
I don't really care if all nine of them did unpaid internships. I don't believe that it's Constitutional, and under no circumstances, will anyone in my family have such low self-esteem as to be doing them.
Well, at least you finally admitted that your retardedness is an opinion.