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Quote Pierpont:

What part of my last response did you not understand? Try reading for comprehension

What I understand is thet you are an intellectual coward in the face of a seemingly simple question.

Even if you were to grasp at Madison's "susceptible of as great a latitude". Even if Great latitude is taken, It doesn't invalidate the definition of the word.

Gee, when did the discussion move from whether Madison used the general welfare clause to find the authority for his disabled seamen act... to your 20 Questions? Sorry Cap... no time for more of your nonsense

I seem to recall someone asking you a question you appear to want to also refuse to answer... WHAT WAS MADISON"S INVOLVEMENT?

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