John 4040, Now, you can color ME stupid.
I would never do such a thing.
I simply stick to the points before me and argue them out. I'm not one to throw ad hominem jabs unless attacked in the same manner first. My writing style does tend to be abrasive... generally because I don't beat around the bush and I call it like I see it.
Now, on to the substance of the matter. You have decided you want to go to law school. I would suggest two things: (1) Spend significant amounts of time training for the LSAT. The test can be learned; and (2) even if you don't perform well on the LSAT, see if you can get into a state school within your state (in-state tuition is your friend). A state school, T3, or T4 should be more than sufficient for what you plan to do. Are you familiar with the USNWR law rankings?