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Old 10-30-2007, 12:55 PM   #1
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Stupid law suits...

http://www.canadiandriver.com/news/071030-2.htm

$4.5M cuz a Porsche didn't have ESC... even if it did, I'm sure any track driver would have wanted it off.
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Old 10-30-2007, 01:00 PM   #2
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Let's stuff our pockets and pretend we're making a point!
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wonder if they were required to sign a waiver? if so, this is another example of frivolous lawsuits costing tax payers MORE money!
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What tax payer?
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I see it as more of a rich person hiring lots of lawyers to make their own law.

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What tax payer?
your tax $ pays for the courts and related personel.

more lawsuits=more tax $
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I see it as more of a rich person hiring lots of lawyers to make their own law.

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good point, and why not? afterall, some judges legislate from the bench.
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maybe they should have people with ya know actual RACING backround to ya know RACE. this si yet again another retard, buhh the car didnt control itself! BUHH its not supposed to!
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good point, and why not? afterall, some judges legislate from the bench.
That must be the ultimate libertarian paradise. The government doesn't even make laws, those who can afford them just buy them when they need it!
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ahh the rich and famous they truely are above the law...
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