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CSPAN
Dec 24, 2015 7:15am EST
you know george washington did not know about the internet. and he says, i knew that. .. and say but taken as much as possible through those conditions at that time. i'd think that is a pretty good joke it is not being absolute.th he says there's a bear chasing us and he said yeah but you cannot outrun a bear and he said yeah, but i can outrun you. [laughter] >> i would say you are going to get yourself into a lot of trouble because you'll just be too rigid and who will want a constitution that sticks precisely to whatever he happen to think about louis the 16th at that time. the argument goes on. ultimately, i think it's-- i usually think it's a trumpet that argument to say, well, at least if i write down what i think of that is to say in so far as there are thoughts that are, in fact, complicating this matter and balancing is involved , very transparent what i say. it's a good opinion, which is what we all try for, a good opinion is a opinion that reveals factors that actually move the judge. it doesn't always get there, but that is the idea. that is what you are trying for, so i t
CSPAN
Dec 23, 2015 10:59pm EST
important message i want to say if there was a the decision was in dissent with george bush versus al gore is of great importance half of the country thought it was wrong. i thought it was wrong. despite that there was no riots or stones and i say to the high school audience entered on the television set. and then they solve the major disputes that way. the point that she has to convince a are the ordinary people in her country that it is in their interest that our wrong and that day like it is in today's world i cannot convince people we talked through sky by can sit in the office or to the state department to law students and professors and those who are writing the constitution into the shop. after half an hour then what doo-doo do in the united states? and to make a constitution but i cannot stop them from doing that. and i can say to your point i hope you win because you and your generation certainly do believe that throughout the world and want their children educated and they want their own careers. . . that's why i say that's one part of this changing world. overall it's not j
CSPAN
Sep 20, 2015 3:00pm EDT
common but mose of us -- i use an example a popular outens will get you know george washington did not know about the internet and he says, i knew that. and i say, well, the commerce clause is going to pick up things that they never thought of, like automobiles, and he says that's right. but what you should do is stick as much as possible to the conditions as they were at that time, and his statement, which is a pretty good one, he uses a joke -- i think it's a pretty good job. he says that it's not being absolute on sticking to what at the framers said, it's doing the most what you can do like the two people who are camping the first sees the second putting on some running shoes and says, where are you going he says there's a bear chasing us he says you can't jut run a bear, and he says, yes, but i can outrun you. that's his position. i will say, yes, you're going to get yourself into a lot of trouble because it's going to be too ridge ed who will want a constitution among other things that sticks precisely to whatever governor morris happened to think about louis xvi at the time,
CSPAN
Oct 4, 2015 4:45pm EDT
audience would get. you know, george washington did not know about the internet and he says, i knew that. [laughter] >> and i'll say, the common clause is going to pick up things that they never thought of and he says, that's right. what you should do take as many as possible to the conditions as they were at that time, and his statement, which is a pretty good one, he uses a joke, what he says, is that he's not being absolute, it's doing what the most you can do and the first sees the second putting on some running shoes, and he says, where are you going, there's a bear chasing us, yeah, but you can't outrun a bear. yes, but i can outrun you. [laughter] >> you're going to get yourself into a lot of trouble because yours is going to be rigged. it sticks precisely. any argument goes on. ultimately, i think it's a -- i usually, well, at least if i where down what i think, he's to say, in so far as there are thoughts that are, in fact, complicating this matter and balancing is evolved, very transparent what i said. a good opinion is an opinion that reveals the factors that actually mov
CSPAN
Sep 26, 2015 12:30pm EDT
that a popular audience will get immediately, you know george washington did not know about the internet. he says i knew that. the commerce clause is going to pick up things that they never thought of like automobiles and he says that is right but what you should do is stick as much as possible to the conditions as they were at that time. and his statement which is a pretty good one, uses a joke that i think is a pretty good joke, what he says is it is not being absolute, sticking to what the framers said, doing what the most you can do, is likely to people who are camping, the first sees the second, where are you going? there is the bear chasing us, but you cannot run a bear, yes, but i cannot run you. that is his position. i will say you are going to get yourself into a lot of trouble because it will be too rigid and who will want to constitution among other things that sticks precisely to whenever governor moore's happens to think about louis xvi at that time and the argument goes on and ultimately i think i usually think it is the trump in that argument to say at least if i
CSPAN
Sep 20, 2015 10:00pm EDT
didn't cover flogging. george washington did not know about the internet. he says, i knew that and the congress clauses going to pick up things that they never thought of like automobiles. he said that's right. what we should do is stick as much as possible to the conditions they were at that time. his statement, which is a pretty good one, he uses a joke which is pretty good. i'll tell you the joke. what he says is it's not being absolute on sticking to what they did. it's like the first person camping sees a second person putting on some running shoes and he says where are you going? he says there's a bear chasing us. he said yeah but you can't out run a bear and he says yes but i can outrun you. so that's his position. i will say you're going to get yourself into a lot of trouble because it's going to be too rigid. who will want a constitution among other things that sticks precisely to whatever governor morris happens to think about louis xvi at that time. the argument the argument goes on. ultimately, i think it is a trump in that argument to say, well at least, i'll write down wh
Search Results 0 to 6 of about 7 (some duplicates have been removed)