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Thursday, May 8, 2008

Atta Boy, Michael Seebeck

Michael, the rules would still exist in Ruwarchistan, too, it’s just that they’d be (sometimes ex post facto) common law written by judges and juries, rather than written by legislatures. You can move the rule-writing around, but you can’t make it disappear, and the complexity of the rules is logically independent of whether a state is involved.

But good job in hitting the no-bright-lines talking point, and pretending that Ruwart’s critics don’t favor case-by-case evaluation of the circumstances. Atta boy.