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Mannings edict
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We’ve certainly come a long way from the citizen-lawmakers envisioned by our forefathers -- farmers and craftsmen and professionals who would travel from their homes to the nation’s capital, tend to the country’s business and then go back home. But an even bigger divergence from the founding fathers’ vision would be the concept that there is a class of people in this country who are above the law. That’s the impression Judge Casey Manning gave recently when he ruled that Attorney General Alan Wilson didn’t have the right to investigate possible illegal activities on the part of House Speaker Bobby Harrell.

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