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What the Meaning of 'Infringe' Is

Dan 292 Wrote: Jan 13, 2013 12:17 PM
Excellent articulation!! Infringe means "Infringe" no matter how you parse the English language. I must wonder how it would be interpreted if We The People were "Infringing" on the "rights of POTUS or even the IRS!! I do not question but that it would be a more strict constructionist interpretation!

And now boys and girls, it's time for "Fun with Words!" Today's featured contestants are Vice President Joe Biden and a man whose television ratings are so bad it's a wonder he still has a job, Piers Morgan.

Perhaps it’s because he was disgraced in scandal--in his beloved England--getting caught publishing fake photographs of British troops committing fake atrocities in Iraq. But whatever reason, American television viewers consistently overlook him when choosing prime time viewing.

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