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    Supreme Court Upholds Bill Of Rights In 5-4 Decision

    http://www.theonion.com/content/news...t_upholds_bill



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    Wow this scared me! Fortunately TheOnion is satire...
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    The Supreme Court's latest decision comes on the heels of last month's 6-3 ruling to abolish the pursuit of happiness from the three inalienable rights guaranteed by the Declaration of Independence.

    Good Satire...
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    Satire, but wasn't there a thread where we posted some dubious court decisions, like the Kelo case?
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