quote: As I noted above, there is no Constitutional right to visit a website and I highly doubt the Supreme Court will ever say that there is.
quote: Constitutional law is so amorphous because the Constitution was made intentionally vague to avoid situations where Congress would be unintentionally denied a power necessary to govern.
quote: (yes, I know it is an attorney hired by the MPAA, but he is still bound by ethics)
quote: Now if you bring me a link to Erwin Chemerinsky, Kathleen Sullivan, or Gerald Gunther saying the law is unconstitutional
quote: Furthermore, I noted above that I don't like the law
quote: That's like saying because the Constitution doesn't specifically say I have a right to walk and chew bubble gum, that Congress can pass a law saying I can't. Again, you prove you just do NOT understand the Constitution and enumerated powers.
quote: Again, proving your ignorance. The Constitution is not vague at all. Not even close.
quote: Basically your supporting the same mindset that has lead up to the mess we have now. Interpreting the Constitution so the commerce clause, for example, can be cited as to allow the Government to do everything and anything. Even things specifically NOT granted to them in this document you call "vague".
quote: All of those people are JUST as respected and accredited and qualified as Tribe. Yet because they haven't spoken out on SOPA yet, and Tribe has, that automatically makes him wrong and my source not count? Man that's a terrific debate tactic you're using. I'll have to remember to try that sometime...
quote: This is someone who thinks it's "Constitutional" for Obamacare to force citizens into buying federally ran health insurance for christ sake.
quote: No. If you're against me on this, then you ARE supporting the law.