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    Quote Originally Posted by ido
    For the record, I was quoting a news article, not making a statement of my own...........
    I tend to agree with you, muziek. Well said.
    But then again, perhaps we're lawyers with rose-colored glasses?????
    Just a suggestion, ido: next time put it in quote. I am a stickler for background and all...
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    Muziek-duly noted on the quotations; unfortunately, I counldn't get my mobile post to create them. Damned portable pixies!
    Chick-right on!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chick-Dance
    Lawyers.... They make me.....
    what??...what?? inquiring minds and all
    Well behaved women rarely make history
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    Quote Originally Posted by Muziek
    I have some problems with this statement. Attorneys, one would presume, protect the essence not the absence of the law. They stimulate the foundation of fairness and justice. Conservative lawyers (or liberals, for that matter) that function as a political vehicle in establishing "conservative causes" is absurd in the face of law. If you want people to fight for conservative causes make them believe in the causes. But attorneys need to fight for justice not political causes.
    Geez, I thought they were just in it for the money, silly me
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