July 6, 2010

Stunning....

The Obama Justice department lets off Black Panther thugs who were intimidating voters, and now they sue Arizona for the crime of adopting existing law?

This is Obama's idea of justice?

Black on white crime gets ignored and for trying to enforce the existing law you get sued...

20 comments:

Real Debate said...

Well, the Democrats want to expand their voter roles. Big business wants to continue to have a ready supply of slaves. If they seal the border, and make illegals leave, they shoot themselves in the foot. By suing Arizona, not closing the border, and working with like-minded repubs like McCain to give illegals amnesty, they all win, and screw legal immigrants who came lawfully. Then again, as we've seen in recent administrations, they don't care about the Law if it hinders their agenda.

Real Debate said...

Justice something the barama misadministration doesn't want to deal with.  If barama The Incompent had his way, he would change the name from "Department of Justice" to Department of Myway".

Real Debate said...

I forget--how many voters complained of intimidation at that precinct again?

Perhaps, once you dig up that number, you could do one of your "guess the number" games.  That might be fun!

Real Debate said...

<p><span>Ahh the sweet smell of smoldering, smug superciliousness from the pseudo-intellectual civil servant . . .</span></p>

Real Debate said...

At least 1 folkbum and as you always say, even 1 is enough.

Real Debate said...

Golly Jay black panthers with bats at a polling plave.

Have you given up on ethics that much?

You really have become a joke.

Real Debate said...

Actually, Jack, that's false.  Not a single voter raised an objection or complained of intimidation.  The only complaints were raised by out-of-district Republican observers.

The lack of actual voter complaints was one of the primary reasons why the Bush administration's DOJ--yes, you read that right, the Bush DOJ--referred the matter to the civil rights division for a civil investigation, rather than criminal.

Real Debate said...

By the way Jay, this is what you are defending.


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Real Debate said...

What you had, Fred, was a bunch of punks frontin' for the Fox News cameras and making the white folk interloping as polling-place observers piss their pants.  Am I cool with that?  It's a little funny, but it's not something I would recommend anyone do.

However, not one voter complained of intimidation.  Not.  One.

Real Debate said...

So just as a theorwtical Folkbum, if a couple of Klansman stand outside of a polling place with clubs hurling the N word and threats at senior citizen black folks you are totally fine with that as long as none of the terrorized people don't complain?

Real Debate said...

Did it ever occur to you Jay that they were too scared to come forward?

It is truly amazing what you are defending here.

Real Debate said...

If that was a white person railing against blacks there were cries of racism and hate speech and people like you would calling for them to prosecuted.

Instead you defend.

You stay classy Folksie

Real Debate said...

You are the same guy that wants to make the claim that asking someone to show their ID to vote can disenfranchise voters aren't you?

And what do armed thugs in front of the polls do?

Your hypocrisy is stunning, and illuminating.

Real Debate said...

If a little old lady wearing a Palin button had given him a dirty look at the polls he would have run screaming like a child to the observers, then he would have gathered his little friends at the MPS International Program to call for a borcott of the entire eastern seaboard of the US.

Real Debate said...

That's an interesting theoretical, David, but we can move beyond that and look at real cases.  In 2006, there were complaints--actual voter complaints, which are lacking in the 2008 case--of Minutemen, one armed with a gun, in Pima, Arizona, intimidating Latino voters.  The Bush DOJ declined to bring any action, at all, in that case.

In the 2008 case, after the Bush DOJ declined to press criminal charges, the Obama DOJ did pursue the one Black Panther who was armed (not with a gun, like the Minuteman in Arizona, but with a baton) and won an injunction against him ever coming near a polling place again.

So, to sum up:  Minutemen with a gun and voter complaints--no action taken.  Black Panthers with a baton and no voter complaints--(some) action taken.

Real Debate said...

Thank you Fred.

Hasn't Voter ID also been elevated to "harassment" in some circles?

Voter ID = harassment
Guys in front of polling station with nightsticks = just dandy

Stunning, indeed.

Real Debate said...

I see I was censored on this, and rightly so.  I had a little too much "truth Serum" last night and the Hyprocracy of Jay Bullock really PO'd me.  Had we been in the same bar I would have been arrested for felonious assult.

Real Debate said...

Just lay off the F words Terry

Real Debate said...

Will do, my good man.  This is Real Debate, not Real Debauchery...

Real Debate said...

Will do, my good man.  This is Real Debate, not Real Debauchery...