Silbermann did not suggest how she would rule, but she appeared skeptical about some of the peace group's arguments. She rejected the notion that an anti-nuclear rally in Central Park in 1982, which drew 750,000 to 1 million people, was a relevant precedent.So there are no laws, or rules, or guidelines, just the opinion of a judge who thinks times have changed? What a nation. And to think that Americans actually say bad things about this country. How dare they?
"1982 was a different time," she said. "The park was different and the world was different."
Wednesday, August 25, 2004
Why you wonder? Well because the Judge views the world differently:
Posted by weinish at 7:18 AM