Laws and Elections

I haven’t really been too interested in the recent Torricelli withdrawal from the Senate race, as it seemed a loser who wanted to avoid getting creamed bowing out as gracefully as possible.
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Now comes the NJ Supreme Court, which seems math impaired at best. They have ruled that the NJ Statutory time limits (51 days) are, well, meaningless, and, as long as the Democrats are willing to pony up the $800,000+ bucks to reprint the ballots everything is just fine.
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To which I say, BS. I’m trying to teach my daughter that rules are there for a reason, that the rule of law (at least US law, don’t get me started on the ‘International (Conservative) Criminal Court’) must be followed or there is no guarantee of freedom and equality in the US, and this happens.
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Here’s hoping the US Supreme Court overturns this (my legally uneducated prediction is that they will overturn, but there was no predicting this, either). And I don’t care about Frank Lautenburg, either, except to say that if your candidate cannot count perhaps he’s not a good choice, either.