Joined: April 2006
|Quote (CeilingCat @ Sep. 24 2009,01:12)|
|The Constitutional Scholar explains herself: |
|I had almost forgotten. I helped draft our Constitution in 1981. But no one minds that kind of thing any more. Unless … could there now be hope?|
Later, in the same thread:
“I helped draft our Constitution in 1981.”
Really? Wow! That’s something to brag to the grand kids about eh?
I’m with IRQ Conflict on this one. I think I mentioned in one of my first comments here that I got to live in Toronto for a year and enjoyed it very much. Please tell us what part you played in the drafting of the Constitution! Even if it was small, I’d like to hear it.
Feebish at 11, I was summoned to Ottawa (our seat of government) in 1981, to testify about our new Constitution.
The government paid my plane fare.
I do not know what use they made of my information.
Well, a free plane ride! That makes her a regular Tardus Jefferson. I wonder if she testified for the constitution or against it?
She probably recommended 999999% more Jebus, then filled the rest of her testimony with links to her blogs.
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