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Wednesday, September 10, 2008


Tom Domonosk

A company that refuses to do business with American citizens unless if those people are not allowed to take a dispute into the American justice system should not be allowed to do business in America. If a company believes that the American justice system cannot protect its rights, then it can try to make money in a different country. The Department of Justice should not support such companies in their efforts to force people out of the American justice system. At some point, the assault on the Constitution must be stopped.

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