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Originally posted by RANT
How about a bill to block frivolous legislation?
Just because the media creates a controversy reporting on every knuckle brained lawsuit that gets throw out of court, doesn't mean we limit the right to sue corporations then cheer like we just won the lottery.
Originally posted by RANT
And that's what just happened here. We listened to the media manufactured nontroversy saying "these cases are out of control" then said please Government protect McDonalds from us, we're morons, we don't deserve the right to sue.
Originally posted by Hamburglar
BTW, RANT, nontroversy???? Is that yours? Was that on purpose? Regardless, it should be immediately entered into the lexicon. In fact, for that one, perfect word alone, I’ll be your servant for the next 60 seconds.
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Nice neologism on MetaFilter today: nontroversy. As in "Johnny Depp's criticism of the US being like a dumb puppy is a nontroversy". ...
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Homecoming Dance Nontroversy. It was off, then on again but changed. Last week the Statesman reported that due to a lack of interest the Homecoming dance ...
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Originally posted by Indy
jammerman would you feel the same if you found that the milk you serve your family has a chemicle additive in it that ended up causing severe illnesses in your family including death but you were unable to seek damages from the producers because the government had stepped up to protect them? The milk thing is a hypothetical situation. You have no idea what kind of stuff is being put in the food you purchase for your family every week. If someone has done something wrong and harmed you by accident or design you have the right to seek damages. They do not have a right to a profit regardless of the cost to the consumers. They are accountable for what they sell. If they put a lable on it that says "this product contains ingredient x and it is harmful to you" and you still eat it then its your fault. Since you really have no idea what is in the food you eat that shouldn't be the case.