December 28, 2015

Cui Bono?

READ THIS:

http://thelawdictionary.org/cui-bono/

Now READ THIS:

https://www.congress.gov/bill/114th-congress/house-bill/4269/text

READ ALL OF IT.

Now go back to the first link, and try to think for yourself, for a change.

Regurgitating other people's opinions that you found on the net is stupid and wrong.  If you do it, you are stupid and wrong.

5 comments:

  1. What happened to United States vs. Miller ?

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  2. What happened to United States vs. Miller ?

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  3. Nothing my friend. Nothing at all.

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  4. Sorry, I am trying, really trying, but I just don't understand what you are trying to communicate. I guess everyone else understands, but it is too vague for ME to get it. Can you help me? Here's what I think I get from what you wrote: If we have a second amendment (gov't can't prevent people from keeping and bearing arms), but they pass laws that gut the effect of the 2nd-A, e.g. this proposed law, then we have effectively lost the effect of the 2nd-A. Am I right, so far? OK, but then I lose you on this part: "Regurgitating other people’s opinions that you found on the net is stupid and wrong. If you do it, you are stupid and wrong." I understand what the words mean, and agree too!, but how does it apply to this proposed law and the concept of cui bono? Does that mean that there are people on the Internet, presumably in the liberty movement, who are saying that this proposed law is not bad? I am lost here. Can you help? Thanks in advance.

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  5. Perhaps I wasn't clear enough, so I will put it in language you might understand:
    1. Have an understanding of the legal concept of "cui bono", or "who benefits?".
    2. Read the bill. All of it. Then re-read it until you understand what is being said.
    3. Afterwards, turn your TV and InterNET appliances off, and ask yourself "Who benefits from this law?"

    That's all I'm saying. You need to figure the rest out yourself.

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