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#1 tkovacs9520

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Posted March 30 2021 - 09:36 AM

https://www.news4jax...cine-passports/

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#2 Ancap

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Posted March 30 2021 - 12:25 PM

Passports are a clear violation of interstate commerce (state level) and the 10th amendment (federal level)


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Posted March 31 2021 - 03:47 PM

Passports are a clear violation of interstate commerce (state level) and the 10th amendment (federal level)

Where did you study constitutional law?


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Posted March 31 2021 - 04:33 PM

Where did you study constitutional law?

I look forward to this reply. BTW: Where did you study Constitutional Law?


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Posted March 31 2021 - 05:41 PM

Arizona has joined Florida for hell no on Covid passports.



#6 Ancap

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Posted April 01 2021 - 08:18 AM

Where did you study constitutional law?

Hofstra but the real education came from education After school and being in the legal field 



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Posted April 01 2021 - 09:41 AM

Hofstra but the real education came from education After school and being in the legal field

Hofstra Law has a very good law program.
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Posted April 01 2021 - 06:38 PM

SO glad DeSantis is my Governor...



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Posted April 01 2021 - 08:18 PM

Having spent the last five months in FL I’m not surprised by the tremendous growth they are experiencing. I spent most of that time between Okeechobee, Port St. Lucie and Melbourne. For the most part roads were well maintained, traffic was light to moderate (nothing approaching the LIE at rush hour), folks working in stores and restaurants were very helpful and friendly, people in general were very polite, and I got the Covid vaccine (as a non-resident) in an efficient process that took under an hour, with part of that time (20 minutes) in a waiting area after the vaccination to make sure there were no serious negative reactions to getting the shot. I think DeSantis struck the right balance between public safety, personal freedom and the serious consequences (economic and social) with keeping businesses shutdown. While NYS has some unique demographic characteristics our governor and the mayor of NYC went too far for too long in trying to control this pandemic. I can understand the initial shutdown given the unknowns regarding this virus early on but they’re persistence in continuing those measures indefinitely indicated they failed to learn from the experience of other states and modify the NYS plan for handling this pandemic as our experience and understanding of the virus expanded.

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Posted April 02 2021 - 09:56 AM

Having spent the last five months in FL I’m not surprised by the tremendous growth they are experiencing. I spent most of that time between Okeechobee, Port St. Lucie and Melbourne. For the most part roads were well maintained, traffic was light to moderate (nothing approaching the LIE at rush hour), folks working in stores and restaurants were very helpful and friendly, people in general were very polite, and I got the Covid vaccine (as a non-resident) in an efficient process that took under an hour, with part of that time (20 minutes) in a waiting area after the vaccination to make sure there were no serious negative reactions to getting the shot. I think DeSantis struck the right balance between public safety, personal freedom and the serious consequences (economic and social) with keeping businesses shutdown. While NYS has some unique demographic characteristics our governor and the mayor of NYC went too far for too long in trying to control this pandemic. I can understand the initial shutdown given the unknowns regarding this virus early on but they’re persistence in continuing those measures indefinitely indicated they failed to learn from the experience of other states and modify the NYS plan for handling this pandemic as our experience and understanding of the virus expanded.

 

maybe you and all the other politicians were wrong in the lockdowns and masks all together. Learn from your mistakes and stop infringing on other people’s rights to begin with



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Posted April 02 2021 - 06:02 PM

maybe you and all the other politicians were wrong in the lockdowns and masks all together. Learn from your mistakes and stop infringing on other people’s rights to begin with


Hindsight is 20/20. That said I wouldn’t say wrong because some of those measures did save lives and it was the prudent thing to do given the unknowns at the time. You hopefully live and learn. Some states and individuals have. Protect the vulnerable populations. If you’re a member of that vulnerable population or have regular interactions with them wear a mask. If you’re feeling sick self quarantine. Your position seems to be go back to living like this pandemic never happened. That would be a major mistake.

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Posted April 02 2021 - 07:52 PM

Hindsight is 20/20. That said I wouldn’t say wrong because some of those measures did save lives and it was the prudent thing to do given the unknowns at the time. You hopefully live and learn. Some states and individuals have. Protect the vulnerable populations. If you’re a member of that vulnerable population or have regular interactions with them wear a mask. If you’re feeling sick self quarantine. Your position seems to be go back to living like this pandemic never happened. That would be a major mistake.

Yet everything you promoted proved to do nothing but cause destruction on people’s mental health, freedom to assemble, destruction of jobs, increased substance abuse, devaluing of the dollar, increased suicide rates and the list goes on

 

plus the mask have done absolutely nothing

 

you run off to Florida because your a victim of statist policies which you endorsed, but still haven’t learned that your part of the problem



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Posted April 03 2021 - 07:23 AM

I look forward to this reply. BTW: Where did you study Constitutional Law?

 

I do not make claims about knowing constitutional law...See the difference?



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Posted April 03 2021 - 07:25 AM

Hofstra but the real education came from education After school and being in the legal field 

Must be, since it was not Hofstra since they do not have constitutional law program, only constitutional law classes.  Guess that means another person speaking like a constitutional law lawyer but really knowing as little as the rest of us.  Keep up the charade! 



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Posted April 03 2021 - 09:27 AM

Must be, since it was not Hofstra since they do not have constitutional law program, only constitutional law classes.  Guess that means another person speaking like a constitutional law lawyer but really knowing as little as the rest of us.  Keep up the charade! 


lol, are you really saying they don’t have constitutional law classes at Hofstra



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Posted April 03 2021 - 11:26 AM

Must be, since it was not Hofstra since they do not have constitutional law program, only constitutional law classes.  Guess that means another person speaking like a constitutional law lawyer but really knowing as little as the rest of us.  Keep up the charade! 

Well I guess it was a dream that I took two Constitutional Law classes there!



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Posted April 03 2021 - 12:05 PM

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Posted April 03 2021 - 06:47 PM

Must be, since it was not Hofstra since they do not have constitutional law program, only constitutional law classes. Guess that means another person speaking like a constitutional law lawyer but really knowing as little as the rest of us. Keep up the charade!

Fake News...Misinformation !

#19 BrandonS8

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Posted April 05 2021 - 07:16 AM

lol, are you really saying they don’t have constitutional law classes at Hofstra

 Guess reading is not your thing. I said they do have constitutional law classes, they do not have a constitutional law program.  Constitutional law lawyers are people who completed the whole program in law school, not just a class or 2.



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Posted April 05 2021 - 04:37 PM

 Guess reading is not your thing. I said they do have constitutional law classes, they do not have a constitutional law program.  Constitutional law lawyers are people who completed the whole program in law school, not just a class or 2.

I guess reading isn’t your thing either.

 

I never said I went for constitutional law in Hofstra. In addition, if you ever studied constitutional law. You would very well know that the founding fathers wrote it in terms for Americans to understand. It does not take a degree to understand the limited enumerated powers in article 1 section 8. After all James Madison (the one who wrote most of it) famously said they are “few and defined”. But in the case you do need further clarification you have the federalist papers and the constitutional convention to fall back on. 






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