If only United States law were this comprehensive.
April 16, 2001 3:40 AM   Subscribe

If only United States law were this comprehensive. I got it! Ahhh. . .that's why the US media would even cover stories like this, and as high rated newsreader headlines. . .duh. Reverse propaganda I sez it is.
posted by crasspastor (7 comments total)
Dammit. . .Matt, when you can please change to:

If only United States Law were this comprehensive

Click that one for the freakin' story. . .

(And Matt, no I'm not trying to be sweet and on a first name basis. It's just that everyone else calls you that).
posted by crasspastor at 3:47 AM on April 16, 2001

The original link was AP, therefore it was US media. . .but now that I've followed it up with the BBC, I guess it blows that whole theory. Doesn't touch on the thesis though
posted by crasspastor at 3:58 AM on April 16, 2001

I have no idea what this thread is about. Try again, less cryptically?
posted by rodii at 9:05 AM on April 16, 2001

The AP wire story has much more detail. But I still don't get what you're on about.
posted by dhartung at 10:18 AM on April 16, 2001

Though, I, too, am a bit befuddled (we don't arrest our presidents enough in the U.S., I guess?), I did enjoy the quote: "He's a good person, unlike other bad presidents." Switch it to the past tense, and it would make a wonderful epitaph.
posted by redfoxtail at 10:33 AM on April 16, 2001

(shameless self-plug) I talk about this all the time, although I have absolutely no idea what point crasspastor is trying to make. Kind of like Estrada's public policies, come to think of it.
posted by lia at 11:08 AM on April 16, 2001

two misposts in a day, despite my previewing, is what I get for not getting enough sleep (it's 3:14 a.m.) -- the (self)link above should've pointed here.
posted by lia at 12:13 PM on April 16, 2001

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