freetown fred wrote:I never said anything about null & voidjpete, nothing personal, but it's hard to talk to someone that thinks they've got the grand scope of things all figured out. You have a good knowledge of some things, but might I suggest you look into the concept of teachability? It's not 1700 anymore??? I think it probably means exactly what it says--let me try slower for you--it's not 1700 anymore--I hope that helped.
So what does that MEAN?
Does it mean we aren't free? Or shouldn't be?
Most of the ideas in the Bill of Rights were already 100 years old by the time John Hancock signed on the dotted line.
http://www.legislation.gov.uk/aep/Willa ... troduction
Does that mean they weren't valid ideas?
How about the ideas borrowed from the Magna Carta? Hell, those ideas were over 560 years old at that point. Maybe they shouldn't have used them because, you know, it wasn't 1215 anymore.