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Supreme Court to consider corporate privacy rights, revisit Anna Nicole Smith case

• Washington Post
The Supreme Court will determine whether a corporation can assert privacy rights to keep the government from releasing information about it and will revisit the tangled legal history of Playboy model Anna Nicole Smith. Both cases are part of a batch of new work the justices accepted Tuesday. 

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Comment by Anonymous
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 “Why doesn't the U S Supreme Court clean off their plate filled with lawsuits about Obama not being eligible to sit as OUR President ????” Interesting question ! Can you imagine what’s going to happen if the U.S. Supreme Court declares to the whole world that this smartest, richest, mightiest nation on the planet was fooled and currently run by a black Muslim usurper from Kenya?  The world will tilt on its axis. The aftershock will even be worst when Vice President Joe Biden takes over – from a long-winded loquacious president that Obama is, to a faltering, stuttering president that Biden is, why the nation needs time to adjust, to cope up with blunders occurring one after another! I don’t think that surviving Barack is any worse than surviving Joe – a standing default of error on whatever he stumbles on, say or do, a president of terrible lapsus linquae.  For a nation run by a president with such mouth or speech impediment, it’s time to pray – we could be misunderstood and find ourselves at war we don’t want or even expect to have just because President Joe didn’t say it right …!!!

Comment by Billy Mills
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Why doesn't the U S Supreme Court clean off their plate filled with lawsuits about Obama not being eligible to sit as OUR President ????


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