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10-31-2010 @ 8:11PM
Not a bad perspective, but also a slippery slope. In an ideal world elected officials should serve as representatives of the people who elect them, and both the people and the representatives should keep in mind what is good for the whole. It is the role of the judiciary to decide what is right and wrong for the people, not representatives. Even a white knight can falter.Sorry to anyone reading who doesn't like politics in their WoW. It happens. =o
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