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August 17, 2007

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Jack Payne

This "sophisticated investor" angle is interesting indeed. To me, it seems akin to the hate crimes laws. If a man is accused of murder, is the victim less dead if hate were not involved?

When Orwellian nuances are applied to our various laws, are not these laws then encouraged to blossom, flourish, and "enrich" our entire culture in countless other ways? Carried out to a ridiculous extreme: if the Supreme Court rules (as it has) that local jurisdictions
can impose laws prohibiting guns from being possessed within 500 feet of a school, what's the stopping point? If the excuse is the commerce clause of the Constitution, because guns and bullets are used in interstate commerce, shouldn't such laws then be extended to the hunter and his bullets?

It seems to me that this "investor sophistication" thing could be a forerunner to opening a can of worms that might be hard to handle for all of us.

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