You judge the 10 answers on J.A.I.L.

I was remiss in not mentioning this last evening when PP told me it was about to be posted. He got a response from Bill Stegmeier on the 10 questions he sent Stegmeier about the Judicial Accountability Initiative Law (J.A.I.L.). The questions and answers are posted both at No on Amendment E and South Dakota War College.

In keeping with PP’s intent to let Stegmeier’s answers stand on their own without editorial comment, I will not comment on or respond to the answers. I will leave it to the reader to judge their credibility and responsiveness (and several commenters have already left their views at both blogs.) Several of the responses will undoubtedly appear in future posts.

Questions are never indiscreet. Answers sometimes are.

Oscar Wilde, An Ideal Husband

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