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    • I don’t see any such babble, but your choice to downplay what’s underlying what you grasp as inexplicable inaction.  Absent the loathsome, pesky babble, we’re left with a one word reiteration: fear. Fear on several levels. If you’ve not experienced it, you will remain unable to understand unless you don your waders and enter the babbling brook. 
    • 1) The court isn't going to care. The court is going to apply the law as written. If BSA is required by state law to pay out (due to look back SoL being extended), the court will apply the law. No one, not even BSA, is making a case these lookback windows are unconstitutional. 2) Congress is not about to step in and enact a federal law to block statute of limitation extension for sexual abuse cases. That is just not going to happen. No congressperson in his/her right mind is going to introduce a bill that will be depicted as denying sexual abuse victims their day in court. They will be depicted as absolute monsters. And if some 1 single House or Senate member did introduce it, there is no chance it passes.
    • Send this to your congrssperson and the court.
    • Yep.  That's it.  I don't speak psycho-babble.
    • This is why it's important for supporters of the BSA to never try to defend the actions or inactions of the BSA back then.  What was wrong was wrong. But it is fair to argue over the appropriate punishment.  This is why SOL make sense.
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