PP does an excellent job deconstructing and looking behind comments here and on the No on E blog that I briefly addressed here. Tell me again that Amendment E isn’t backed by the fringe.NOTE: PP has a special update that is also worth reading.
The No on E Committee got some press over the weekend as a result of its booth at the Sioux Empire Fair. According to the article, there were no pro-Amendment E booths at the fair. I find it curious, though, that while the story evidently justified being on the front of Sunday’s “Sioux Empire” section, it does not appear on the local daily’s web site.
A Minnesota judge hits the nail on the head in his description of Amendment E. He views it as yet another method to attempt to intimidate judges who are bound to follow established law, regardless of whether they personally agree with it.
If the truth doesn’t save us, what does that say about us?
Lois McMaster Bujold, Diplomatic Immunity
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