1994-02-25 - Re: Clipper Death Threat

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From: Mike Godwin <mnemonic@eff.org>
To: lyled@pentagon-emh9.army.mil (LYLE, DAVID R.)
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UTC Datetime: 1994-02-25 18:18:26 UTC
Raw Date: Fri, 25 Feb 94 10:18:26 PST

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From: Mike Godwin <mnemonic@eff.org>
Date: Fri, 25 Feb 94 10:18:26 PST
To: lyled@pentagon-emh9.army.mil (LYLE, DAVID R.)
Subject: Re: Clipper Death Threat
In-Reply-To: <2D6E671D@Pentagon-EMH9.army.mil>
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David Lyle writes:

>  -->The Supreme Court disagrees with David in cases ranging from
>  -->NAACP v. Alabama to Griswold v. Connecticut.
>  -->
> Perhaps so, but the Supreme Court saying something does not a "right" make. 

Sure it does. Because the Supreme Court interprets the Constitution in a
way that's binding on all American government.

Take voting for example. The Constitution doesn't mention your right
to vote. The Supreme Court says your right to vote is implied by the
Constitution. Now, are you ready to assert that the Supreme Court is wrong
about this?

I thought not.