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The 'angry man' won the internet today, BTW

a fucking psychotic marrano murderer

Right after I got off with muh dawgs, I went to post the morning's fare...and look at what these freaks were peeking at with (((great curiosity))), goyimzes...frum muh (((clipboard))) :

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Invite others!
Chat is more fun with friends.
We just won
Here's another quote I came up with
Always be on guard against everything the ''negative value tribe'' do and do not do.
Never make a deal - they will break it
taxes aren't real, so death and jews cheat are the only universal constants
Still, how does my quote sound?
(((The idea that judicial review was distinguished from ordinary political process by the application of principles grew to be understood as fundamental to the legitimacy of judicial interpretation)))
obv VfB approves; instead, how about you isolate the yid terminolgy in this sentence
this is a trick question
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[[File:Scene at the Signing of the Constitution of the United States.png|250px|thumb|right|''[[Scene at the Signing of the Constitution of the United States]]'', by [[Howard Chandler Christy]].]]
In the context of [[United States]] [[constitutional interpretation]], '''originalism''' is a principle of interpretation that tries to discover the original meaning or intent of the [[constitution]]and not impose new interpretations foreign to t he original intention of the authors. It extols the virtues of [[judicial fundamentalism]]. It is based on the [[Separation of powers|principle]] that the [[Judicial branch|judiciary]] is not supposed to create, amend or repeal laws (which is the realm of the [[Legislature|legislative branch]]) but only to uphold them. The term is a [[neologism]], and the concept is a [[Legal formalism|formalist]] theory of law and a [[corollary]] of [[textualism]].
In the context of United States law, originalism is a theory of constitutional interpretation that asserts that all statements in the Constitution must be interpreted based on the original understanding.[1] This concept views the Constitution as stable from the time of enactment and that the meaning of its contents can be changed only by the steps set out in Article Five.[2] This notion stands in contrast to

oop - VfB solved the (((jq)))

And THIS is why one is instructed to 'check your work'; it's for YOU

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