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Comment by Ed Price
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(Continued from above.) Further, in AZ statutes, the definition of the word "person" does not include a man or woman. At best the definition includes "individual," which includes "human being," which is not defined in the AZ statutes. But the definition of "human being" in Federal statutes pertains to a ward of the court, and not a man or woman. So, start to look at yourself, and not pick on Trump.


Comment by Ed Price
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Perhaps Trump had all kinds of opportunity that he didn't use. But then, so do we. It might be different in Montana, but in Arizona, if you are stopped because your licence plate hasn't been renewed, Doesn't the statute say something to the effect of, "Every person shall maintain" some kind of up-to-date licensing? Your respnse when the officer stops you for it should be, "I shall" do this or that. Both are future tense "shall," and have noting to do with what is going on in the present. There is no reason to get a ticket for something in the present. Such is not in the statute. (Continued below.)

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