Wall St. Journal:  “We’ll try hard to tamp down copious displays of gratitude today, but a Pittsburgh lawsuit makes us very, very thankful we live in such a wondrous country.  It’s been hailed as the middle-finger case ─ one we touched on in this earlier post.  Here’s what happened. David Hackbart got into a messy parking dispute in Pittsburgh in 2006. He exchanged words with another motorist before resorting to that time-honored dispute resolution device: flipping the bird.  And that’s when things got constitutionally interesting.”