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Quote: Originally Posted by mikeber The following article http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20070125/ap_on_go_co/us_iraq quotes Charles Rangel as saying: "there's no question in my mind that this president and this administration would never have invaded Iraq, especially on the flimsy evidence that was presented to the Congress, if indeed we had a draft." I do not understand the logic behind his comment. Can someone explain? Volunteer based...
Quote: Originally Posted by Dmax HV Karajan's first Beethoven Symphony cycle recorded in the 1960's with Berlin Philarmonic is considered his best and least controversial. +1
A Brief Handbook of English (Hulon Willis & Enno Klammer) may fit the bill.
Specter is characterizing Gonzales' testimony as evasive and perhaps hostile (interdiction), suggesting at the same time that Gonzales is undermining his testimony (treading on) - or purpose, presuming that purpose is how Specter frames it (an interdiction). The common sense comment is more clear as to purpose. BTW, note that before Gonzales replies "Um", he laughs. Lots of possibilities for why he laughed then. I'd guess it was more to do with recognition of an awkward...
It's not specific to Law studies, but The Chicago Manual Of Style is a standard reference.
Murderer.
Some blathering on ideals and electability: As UMass notes, with HRC, it is a love/hate thing. Volatile. Perhaps it's a love/hate thing to a greater degree than experienced by Bush. Nonetheless, Bush accomplished what he accomplished. HRC may have soothed things a bit, though. How that affects Independents, I don't know. How disenchantment has affected Independents and some Republicans in terms of their staying home on election day, I don't know. I wouldn't go as...
Quote: Originally Posted by metkirk My mind's scattered. Part of me wants to make her feel guilty by doing what I don't really know, part of me wants to forget it, part of me wants to wish her happiness, part of me wants to do this, do that... Which one will take over? FWIW, some ramblings: The one you choose or allow to "take over." Wanting to make her feel guilty is understandable. However, she may feel guilty now. After all, she...
Quote: Originally Posted by metkirk Jsus, why am I typing all this. I demand respect in a relationship, yes I demand it a lot. I remember I've told her a zillion times to never lie about things like that again. But wtf... Might just be empty words, if you don't back it up with holding yourself to what you demand, ask for, ... One should not have to demand -or whatever the word is- respect in a relationship. There is a type of respect that...
There's nothing noble or gracious in functioning as a doormat. Value yourself. Maybe she had a reason for cheating the first time. Maybe you can understand. But it's irrelevant. Doesn't make it 'right' in most healthy person's minds. Who does not understand simple respect in an intimate relationship? I presume she isn't clueless in this respect. Let's assume that you drove her away and that's the reason. Well, even if so, she made her choice on how to handle the situation....
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