From: David J. Littleboy on 5 May 2010 00:48 "tony cooper" wrote in message news:5is1u55uq7h2hrjii02de4q4ri2ejf85kr(a)4ax.com...> On Tue, 4 May 2010 11:32:15 -0400, "Peter" > wrote: > >>Some States have tried to ban driving with the face covered, but political >>pleasure from Muslims has prevented such enactment. While not wishing ill >>on >>anybody, it will take some major accident to give the political courage to >>enact a ban that will prevent more such accidents. I am waiting to see >>what >>happens if they commit a traffic violation and the driver refuses to >>unveil. > > I have not seen anything to that effect. Some Departments of Motor > Vehicles - including some in Florida, the one I live in - have tried > to require that a woman cannot wear a burqa or niqab when being > photographed for her driver's license. The driver's license photo is > supposed to be a form of identification, and the burqa or niqab > conceals the identity. > > One woman in Florida - Sultaana Freeman - obtained a Florida driver's > license with a photo of her in niqab, but her license was later > suspended pending a new photograph of her with her face exposed. > > There is no law in Florida that prevents her from driving while > wearing a niqab, though. First, though, she has to get a license. > > As David Littleboy pointed out in another post, the law can be > circular. I didn't point out that law can be circular (something I don't think at all), I pointed out that what you said was circular. Every legal document I've ever seen has been very good about defining its terms clearly and without circularity. -- David J. Littleboy Tokyo, Japan From: Peter on 5 May 2010 06:42 "Bill Graham" wrote in message news:846dndujn9PbRn3WnZ2dnUVZ_radnZ2d(a)giganews.com...> > "Peter" wrote in message > news:4bdffec6$1$27720$8f2e0ebb(a)news.shared-secrets.com... >> "Bill Graham" wrote in message >> news:feqdnRdL4qPZMELWnZ2dnUVZ_i2dnZ2d(a)giganews.com... >>> >> >>>> >>> Yes, and our government has defined marriage, so all non-felons should >>> be allowed to participate in it. >> >> In what State are felons not permitted to marry? >> >> -- >> Peter > I was speaking of the general fact that constitutional rights are > available to all non felons...... Exactly where in the Constitution does it say that felons lose their rights. And which rights are you talking about. Aside from possibly some under the Second Amendment, which has never been tested? >Marriage is, or at least should be, a constitutional right, since the >government has added it to their IRS form 1040...... We agree in result, not the reasoning. In this case I don't give a damn about your rationale, or lack thereof. -- Peter From: Peter on 5 May 2010 06:45 "Bill Graham" wrote in message news:wtmdnUk1AZJpQX3WnZ2dnUVZ_omdnZ2d(a)giganews.com...> > "Peter" wrote in message > news:4be00534$0$7706$8f2e0ebb(a)news.shared-secrets.com... >> "Bill Graham" wrote in message >> news:TZadnWEmZvyvJ0LWnZ2dnUVZ_tydnZ2d(a)giganews.com... >>> >> >>>> >>> At least you have a home, since many of your political brothers are also >>> atheists, and tolerant of same. But I am truly a, "Man without a >>> country". My conservative heroes, like Rush, are intolerant of atheists, >>> and insult us on a regular basis. >> >> That says it all: Rush, the entertainer, by his onw admission - hero - >> great oxymoron. <\begin sarcastic tag> You have really proven your >> ability to think and analyze. <\end sarcastic tag> > > Ho hum.....Kill the messenger.....So what else is new? Tell you what, > Jack....When you can make 10% as much money as Rush makes every year in > your entire life, then you can reasonably afford to disparage > him....Otherwise, I believe I'll just go with his stuff, pal...... So you worship his wallet. At least you're consistent. BTW Oprah makes far more. According to your own reasoning, you should adopt her politics. -- Peter From: Peter on 5 May 2010 06:51 "Bill Graham" wrote in message news:xs6dnXfkWv4aQH3WnZ2dnUVZ_ridnZ2d(a)giganews.com...> > "Peter" wrote in message > news:4be006a1$0$27761$8f2e0ebb(a)news.shared-secrets.com... >> Bill's religion, worship of his wallet, forces him to stay in that group. >> >> -- >> Peter > Keeping what I earned by sweating and saving for over 40 years is wrong? - > Stuff it, pal........ I am not your pal. You have zero sense of social responsibility. -- Peter From: Peter on 5 May 2010 06:54 "Bill Graham" wrote in message news:XPmdncgfPpUJfX3WnZ2dnUVZ_gCdnZ2d(a)giganews.com...> > "Peter" wrote in message > news:4be006a1$1$27761$8f2e0ebb(a)news.shared-secrets.com... >> The vast majority of your postings point to selfish worship of your >> wallet. You have abdicated your social responsibility as a human being. > >> Peter > You wouldn't know, "the vast majority of my postings" if they were to slap > you in the face, you idiot. I have been writing longer than you've been > alive. (and getting awards for it, too) What do you know of my "social > responsibility as a human being"? You haven't walked even one inch in my > shoes. You haven't ever seen even one of my tax returns. You have > absolutely no knowledge of where I got my money, or where I spend it. What > gives you the right to even suggest that I don't deserve everything I > have? You are a typical liberal idiot. You assume that everyone who has > anything more than you have must have stolen it, or earned it by climbing > on the backs of the poor. Well, I'll tell you what you have earned.....A > place next to Ray in my kill file. Why? - Because your posts are just as > meaningless as are his. Unless you are an outright liar my statement is based upon your postings. Keep worshiping your wallet. You really know nothing about me. -- Peter First  |  Prev  |  Next  |  Last