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Lumber said:If you're trying to compare what those 5 did to what recceguy is suggesting, you're missing the mark. He's insinuating that the decisions (Khadr) being made by our present democratically elected government are so "wrong", and reasons why we got their in the first place (Charter and the Supreme Court) that it might be time for the people to rise up with pitch-forks and torches and ignite a revolution and tear down not only the current government, but apparently the court system as well (which in effect means ripping apart the constitution).
Wow, talk about hyperbolic and reaching. I was not advocating civil disobedience. Simply speculating that people are fed up and may not be willing to take it any more. I don't like our system of positioning public servants. I am far from an anomaly there. Stop trying to demonize me because I don't fit your roll over status quo. Stop questioning the courts and government and your in trouble. Just because the court and government says it's right, doesn't make it so. I guess it's ok to throw your morals and fair play to the curb because some toff in a powdered wig says so. There are laws and then there is what is right. They are not always the same thing. When something goes wrong and everyone knows it shouldn't have happened but the law says it's OK, well, who are we to question such sage advise, right? So, if the SCC says it's OK to have sex with 10 year olds as long as there is no penetration, or likewise with domestic animals, how do you square your conscience? Must be OK, right? The SCC and Ottawa says so.