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7/7/2016 5:23:36 PM Is the Rule of Law Dead In America?  

naprinciple
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1. No
2. Yes
3. It Never Existed


We have all seen how the truly powerful are treated by the American justice(just us) Department. Have we crossed the Rubicon?




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7/7/2016 5:29:26 PM Is the Rule of Law Dead In America?  
alls_fair
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It died the day they gave Debutante Lerner a go ahead and retire free card!

The rest is just related news...

7/7/2016 5:30:06 PM Is the Rule of Law Dead In America?  

maniacmassager
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After the results of swillarygate, its a big fat yes.

7/7/2016 5:31:18 PM Is the Rule of Law Dead In America?  
walt_hallow
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cry b*tches cry!!..

7/7/2016 5:31:54 PM Is the Rule of Law Dead In America?  

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7/7/2016 5:33:59 PM Is the Rule of Law Dead In America?  

nycman530
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Trust in the media, the Government, and the FBI is sadly at an all time low. Doesn't look positive for the future of America.

7/7/2016 5:34:39 PM Is the Rule of Law Dead In America?  
walt_hallow
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I love it when one side claims to be the party of "The American People"..

7/7/2016 5:35:44 PM Is the Rule of Law Dead In America?  

naprinciple
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Quote from walt_hallow:
I love it when one side claims to be the party of "The American People"..




I claim any involvement in politics is anti-freedom

7/7/2016 5:37:51 PM Is the Rule of Law Dead In America?  
alls_fair
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I caught a soundbyte of jamie comey boy declaring that all are treated equally in the eyes of the law...rich or poor, black or white, famous or unknown, etc...

And then I remember all the prosecutions that haven't taken place during the most translucent administration in history...and I laughed!



At that point, I wondered if ol' jamie believed his own bullshit...

7/7/2016 5:43:18 PM Is the Rule of Law Dead In America?  

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7/7/2016 5:49:36 PM Is the Rule of Law Dead In America?  

hercules2010
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Dead as a door nail as the saying goes!

2 sets of laws. one for the rich and powerful and another for us peasants!

7/7/2016 5:52:51 PM Is the Rule of Law Dead In America?  
walt_hallow
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Quote from hercules2010:
Dead as a door nail as the saying goes!

2 sets of laws. one for the rich and powerful and another for us peasants!


look on the bright side, your pubber party has a big advantage as far as stupidity..

7/7/2016 5:58:31 PM Is the Rule of Law Dead In America?  

naprinciple
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Quote from hercules2010:
Dead as a door nail as the saying goes!

2 sets of laws. one for the rich and powerful and another for us peasants!




This is what government is in a nutshell. It sets up dual ethics.

7/7/2016 6:00:26 PM Is the Rule of Law Dead In America?  

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Quote from walt_hallow:
cry b*tches cry!!..






what he said


Quote from hercules2010:
Dead as a door nail as the saying goes!

2 sets of laws. one for the rich and powerful and another for us peasants!



Yet, you as a teabagger support the rich and powerful...How does that taste?


Quote from alls_fair:
I caught a soundbyte of jamie comey boy declaring that all are treated equally in the eyes of the law...rich or poor, black or white, famous or unknown, etc...

And then I remember all the prosecutions that haven't taken place during the most translucent administration in history...and I laughed!



At that point, I wondered if ol' jamie believed his own bullshit...



A soundbyte...on Douche Limbaugh?



[Edited 7/7/2016 6:03:53 PM ]

7/7/2016 6:01:13 PM Is the Rule of Law Dead In America?  

shawnee_b
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Quote from alls_fair:
I caught a soundbyte of jamie comey boy declaring that all are treated equally in the eyes of the law...rich or poor, black or white, famous or unknown, etc...


He also said if someone else did it they would be held to a different set of standards. (obviously some are as he let her go and prosecuted others) Kinda contradictory I'd say!

7/7/2016 6:01:33 PM Is the Rule of Law Dead In America?  

shawnee_b
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Yes, it's failing bad.

7/7/2016 6:01:44 PM Is the Rule of Law Dead In America?  
cupocheer
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No.

The law applies to all.

Some just don't comprehend the 'Rule of Law' but only think the law should comply with their personal and emotional response to any given situation.

7/7/2016 6:03:58 PM Is the Rule of Law Dead In America?  

naprinciple
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Quote from cupocheer:
No.

The law applies to all.

Some just don't comprehend the 'Rule of Law' but only think the law should comply with their personal and emotional response to any given situation.




Perhaps they could start releasing political prisoners whose prosecutors were "unreasonable"? You know, for the optics

7/7/2016 6:04:03 PM Is the Rule of Law Dead In America?  
fellowforyou
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It's not dead. It's doing quite well.
Ask anybody who steals, cheats on their taxes.

7/7/2016 6:09:00 PM Is the Rule of Law Dead In America?  
alls_fair
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A soundbyte on flaming, progressive, lib'ral NATIONAL PUBLIC RADIO!

How about that douche bag??!



7/7/2016 6:09:52 PM Is the Rule of Law Dead In America?  

naprinciple
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Quote from fellowforyou:
It's not dead. It's doing quite well.
Ask anybody who steals, cheats on their taxes.



Like Charlie Rangle, Tim Geitner? Oh wait, they are above the law too.

7/7/2016 6:10:59 PM Is the Rule of Law Dead In America?  
jillybodob
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Principle, I'm not ready to say yes or no yet. But what is becoming glaringly obvious given the Lois Learner case, Congress excluding itself from Obamacare, and now the Hillary case, is that our Gov't has purposely created loop holes in the laws to save their own asses from prosecution when they do things any ordinary person would be thrown in jail for in a heartbeat.

There is this culture in DC that's developed in the past few years where a politician can simply state they are SORRY and accept responsibility, over and over again, and there are no consequences...none.

Not even John Corzine went to jail.






Quote from naprinciple:
We have all seen how the truly powerful are treated by the American justice(just us) Department. Have we crossed the Rubicon?


7/7/2016 6:14:37 PM Is the Rule of Law Dead In America?  
alls_fair
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Let's NOT forget ol' cubcougar's fav'rite celebrity, dennis hastert...

Ol' dennis boy got himself a gravy deal even if convicted...

And epstein...our better than your average bear...florida billionaire who got ordered to have sleepovers in fed'ral prison!



7/7/2016 6:15:50 PM Is the Rule of Law Dead In America?  

shawnee_b
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Quote from naprinciple:
Like Charlie Rangle, Tim Geitner? Oh wait, they are above the law too.


Don't forget Sharpton.

7/7/2016 6:19:42 PM Is the Rule of Law Dead In America?  

nuffan
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Quote from jillybodob:
Principle, I'm not ready to say yes or no yet. But what is becoming glaringly obvious given the Lois Learner case, Congress excluding itself from Obamacare, and now the Hillary case, is that our Gov't has purposely created loop holes in the laws to save their own asses from prosecution when they do things any ordinary person would be thrown in jail for in a heartbeat.

There is this culture in DC that's developed in the past few years where a politician can simply state they are SORRY and accept responsibility, over and over again, and there are no consequences...none.

Not even John Corzine went to jail.






Quote from naprinciple:
We have all seen how the truly powerful are treated by the American justice(just us) Department. Have we crossed the Rubicon?



Past few years...it was DEAD when Kennedy was shot, it was DEAD when Nixon was pardoned...It is DEAD....and has been for many decades...

7/7/2016 6:30:15 PM Is the Rule of Law Dead In America?  

naprinciple
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We all seem to agree the rule of law is dead, but how many of us still think the way to fix is is working from inside the system?

Can you vote away election corruption?


Can you get the Justice department to investigate itself?

7/7/2016 6:36:37 PM Is the Rule of Law Dead In America?  
jillybodob
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principle, I don't think the rule of law is dead in this country. I think what we are finding out is DC politicians create loopholes in laws to exclude themselves from the law they impose on every one else.

7/7/2016 6:41:33 PM Is the Rule of Law Dead In America?  

scarredandtatto
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Quote from alls_fair:
A soundbyte on flaming, progressive, lib'ral NATIONAL PUBLIC RADIO!

How about that douche bag??!




Well that something new. A teabagger getting something other then the spoon feeding of a hypocritical, self important twat biscuit.


How sad it must be to have your views "interpreted" for you.

7/7/2016 6:48:31 PM Is the Rule of Law Dead In America?  
alls_fair
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Quote from scarredandtatto:
Well that something new. A teabagger getting something other then the spoon feeding of a hypocritical, self important twat biscuit.


How sad it must be to have your views "interpreted" for you.


IN other words, you ain't got shit???



I like listening to NPR. The bias is obvious. And they let some of the damnest things fly. Most of which obfuscate the leftist shills...

Like the first n**ger giving his executive approval of dropping off small arms to "unknown factions" in the ME...

Any claims he makes for "gun safety" is as f**king laughable as the suggestion that billary could speak the truth...

SOCIOPATHS are most noted for their inability to recognize or speak truth...

7/7/2016 6:49:02 PM Is the Rule of Law Dead In America?  

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Quote from naprinciple:
Like Charlie Rangle, Tim Geitner? Oh wait, they are above the law too.


Don't forget that n**ger boy that is always stirring up trouble. Ummm

Owes like 6 million in taxes and nothing is done.

It is either Al Sharpton or that other one. Can't think of his name.

7/7/2016 6:50:22 PM Is the Rule of Law Dead In America?  

hercules2010
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Quote from shawnee_b:
Don't forget Sharpton.


Yeah that is it Sharpton.

7/7/2016 8:03:49 PM Is the Rule of Law Dead In America?  

longbobby
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Is the Rule of Law Dead In America?

Yes and the same people are behind it.



Hint: It's not Muslims.

7/7/2016 8:44:47 PM Is the Rule of Law Dead In America?  

hercules2010
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Quote from longbobby:
Is the Rule of Law Dead In America?

Yes and the same people are behind it.



Hint: It's not Muslims.


Ashkenazi Jews. The ones that follow the Babylonian Talmud!

7/7/2016 8:54:48 PM Is the Rule of Law Dead In America?  

longbobby
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Ashkenazi Jews. The ones that follow the Babylonian Talmud!




"Israeli and American scientists have discovered a gene among Ashkenazi Jews that increases their chances of developing the mental disorder schizophrenia, as well schizoaffective disorder and manic depression by 40%."

https://www.haaretz.com/israel-news/.premium-1.560128

7/7/2016 9:05:30 PM Is the Rule of Law Dead In America?  

longbobby
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Michael Trimm "Quo Warranto"… Hillary is no longer legally eligible to be president. WHY? She can't qualify for security clearances anymore. The FBI just held a worldwide press conference clearly stating she violated the Removal Destruction of Federal Records. Automatic ineligibility. And ANY private US citizen can file for a Quo Warranto writ in federal court…

7/7/2016 9:27:02 PM Is the Rule of Law Dead In America?  

naprinciple
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Quote from longbobby:
Michael Trimm "Quo Warranto"… Hillary is no longer legally eligible to be president. WHY? She can't qualify for security clearances anymore. The FBI just held a worldwide press conference clearly stating she violated the Removal Destruction of Federal Records. Automatic ineligibility. And ANY private US citizen can file for a Quo Warranto writ in federal court…




This legal strategy may have had hope if not for the rule of law being dead

7/7/2016 9:28:39 PM Is the Rule of Law Dead In America?  

shylywilling
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It has never existed.

Right from the beginning a capitalist is in conflicted interests with patriotism and cannot therefor judge unbiased. A capitalist is foremost an agent for self.

All laws would have to be written by and enforced by nothing but communists. Sounds great but it hasn't happened so all capitalistic America has been governed entirely by the pursuit of individual leverages and advantages.

7/7/2016 9:33:18 PM Is the Rule of Law Dead In America?  

longbobby
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Quote from naprinciple:
This legal strategy may have had hope if not for the rule of law being dead


If I was Trump I'd be letting the world know WHY Crooked Hillary is no longer eligible to be Pres every time I made a speech.

7/7/2016 9:36:12 PM Is the Rule of Law Dead In America?  

naprinciple
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The rule of law is dead, but this is 'Merica, and we gotta work from inside an obviously broke and corrupt system.



Don't get me wrong, we'll root for the oppressed to overthrow tyranny on TV, but can't see it in our own nation

7/7/2016 11:45:07 PM Is the Rule of Law Dead In America?  
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Washington Has Been Obsessed With Punishing Secrecy Violations — Until Hillary Clinton
By Glenn Greenwald
July 06, 2016
https://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article45040.htm

Excerpt:

Secrecy is a virtual religion in Washington. Those who violate its dogma have been punished in the harshest and most excessive manner – at least when they possess little political power or influence. As has been widely noted, the Obama administration has prosecuted more leakers under the 1917 Espionage Act than all prior administrations combined. Secrecy in DC is so revered that even the most banal documents are reflexively marked classified, making their disclosure or mishandling a felony. As former CIA and NSA Director Michael Hayden said back in 2000, “Everything’s secret. I mean, I got an email saying ‘Merry Christmas.’ It carried a top secret NSA classification marking.”

People who leak to media outlets for the selfless purpose of informing the public – Daniel Ellsberg, Tom Drake, Chelsea Manning, Edward Snowden – face decades in prison. Those who leak for more ignoble and self-serving ends – such as enabling hagiography (Leon Panetta, David Petreaus) or ingratiating oneself to one’s mistress (Petraeus) – face career destruction, though they are usually spared if they are sufficiently Important-in-DC. For low-level, powerless Nobodies-in-DC, even the mere mishandling of classified information – without any intent to leak but merely to, say, work from home – has resulted in criminal prosecution, career destruction and the permanent loss of security clearance.

This extreme, unforgiving, unreasonable, excessive posture toward classified information came to an instant halt in Washington today – just in time to save Hillary Clinton’s presidential aspirations. FBI Director James Comey, an Obama appointee who served in the Bush DOJ, held a press conference earlier this afternoon in which he condemned Clinton on the ground that she and her colleagues were “extremely careless in their handling of very sensitive, highly classified information,” including Top Secret material.

Comey also detailed that her key public statements defending her conduct – i.e., she never sent classified information over her personal email account and that she had turned over all “work-related” emails to the State Department – were utterly false; insisted “that any reasonable person in Secretary Clinton’s position . . . should have known that an unclassified system was no place for that conversation”; and argued that she endangered national security because of the possibility “that hostile actors gained access to Secretary Clinton’s personal e-mail account.” Comey also noted that others who have done what Clinton did “are often subject to security or administrative sanctions” – such as demotion, career harm, or loss of security clearance.

Despite all of these highly incriminating findings, Comey explained, the FBI is recommending to the Justice Department that Clinton not be charged with any crime. “Although there is evidence of potential violations of the statutes regarding the handling of classified information,” he said, “our judgment is that no reasonable prosecutor would bring such a case.” To justify this claim, Comey cited “the context of a person’s actions” and her “intent.” In other words, there is evidence that she did exactly what the criminal law prohibits, but it was more negligent and careless than malicious and deliberate.

Continued . . .



[Edited 7/7/2016 11:46:59 PM ]

7/7/2016 11:48:59 PM Is the Rule of Law Dead In America?  
condor_0000
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Continued . . .

Comey’s announcement also takes place in a society that imprisons more of its citizens than any other in the world by far, for more trivial offenses than any western nation – overwhelmingly when they are poor or otherwise marginalized due to their race or ethnicity. The sort of leniency and mercy and prosecutorial restraint Comey extended today to Hillary Clinton is simply unavailable for most Americans.

What happened here is glaringly obvious. It is the tawdry by-product of a criminal justice mentality in which – as I documented in my 2011 book With Liberty and Justice for Some – those who wield the greatest political and economic power are virtually exempt from the rule of law even when they commit the most egregious crimes, while only those who are powerless and marginalized are harshly punished, often for the most trivial transgressions.

Had someone who was obscure and unimportant and powerless done what Hillary Clinton did – recklessly and secretly install a shoddy home server and worked with Top Secret information on it, then outright lied to the public about it when they were caught – they would have been criminally charged long ago, with little fuss or objection. But Hillary Clinton is the opposite of unimportant. She’s the multi-millionaire former First Lady, Senator from New York, and Secretary of State, supported by virtually the entire political, financial and media establishment to be the next President, arguably the only person standing between Donald Trump and the White House.

Like the Wall Street tycoons whose systemic fraud triggered the 2008 global financial crisis, and like the military and political officials who instituted a worldwide regime of torture, Hillary Clinton is too important to be treated the same as everyone else under the law. “Felony charges appear to be reserved for people of the lowest ranks. Everyone else who does it either doesn’t get charged or gets charged with a misdemeanor,” Virginia defense attorney Edward MacMahon told Politico last year about secrecy prosecutions. Washington defense attorney Abbe Lowell has similarly denounced the “profound double standard” governing how the Obama DOJ prosecutes secrecy cases: “lower-level employees are prosecuted . . . because they are easy targets and lack the resources and political connections to fight back.”

The fact that Clinton is who she is undoubtedly what caused the FBI to accord her the massive benefit of the doubt when assessing her motives, when finding nothing that was – in the words of Comey – “clearly intentional and willful mishandling of classified information; or vast quantities of materials exposed in such a way as to support an inference of intentional misconduct; or indications of disloyalty to the United States; or efforts to obstruct justice.”

But a system that accords treatment based on who someone is, rather than what they’ve done, is the opposite of one conducted under the rule of law. It is, instead, one of systemic privilege. As Thomas Jefferson put it in a 1784 letter to George Washington, the ultimate foundation of any constitutional order is “the denial of every preeminence.” Hillary Clinton has long been the beneficiary of this systemic privilege in so many ways, and today, she received her biggest gift from it yet.

7/7/2016 11:49:25 PM Is the Rule of Law Dead In America?  
jillybodob
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Communism is only a generation away Condor. Reading the article you posted, I sense you are glad freedom and individualism is dead.

7/8/2016 1:40:56 AM Is the Rule of Law Dead In America?  

manniblelector
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Only Hillary can break the law, because she's the queen of the jungle.

7/8/2016 3:30:39 AM Is the Rule of Law Dead In America?  

bluecougareyes
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Quote from hercules2010:
Dead as a door nail as the saying goes!

2 sets of laws. one for the rich and powerful and another for us peasants!

Just like the TYRANNY of old Briton... That the first Pilgrims escaped from
and came to the new land... AMERICA.

The evil control of the Elites are trying to gain full RULE OVER US FREE CITIZENS !




7/9/2016 4:10:08 AM Is the Rule of Law Dead In America?  
amusicluvr
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The LAW is what is being observed. The law requires PROOF of a CRIME to get a conviction. IN fact, there has to be quite a lot of solid evidence of a crime before a charge will be made, since it costs millions to prosecute cases these days. No AG is going to waste so much money on a case that can't be won because of a thing the law calls "reasonable doubt." The law says that mere carelessness is NOT a crime...UNLESS it rises to the level of GROSS negligence...which the law defines as MORE than the usual amount of common negligence. Nothing Hillary did was uncommon. In fact, the two previous Secretaries Of State, the previous Secretary Of Defense, most GOP Senators, and GOP Congressmen, and several GOP governors, have done exactly the same. So, no GROSSness (out of ordinariness) there. The law also requires Admissible Evidence....which: hearsay, supposition, guesstimation, assumption, innuendo, rumor, "everybody knows", and "Rush Says!" are NOT. The law requires that no charge be made...until real evidence is found. The GOP investigated, and failed to find adequate evidence. So, the GOP must all be Corrupt Hillary shills helping her cover up, eh? You'd better impeach: Ryan, Gowdy, McConnell, etc.

7/9/2016 4:32:16 AM Is the Rule of Law Dead In America?  

ludlowlowell
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People who are careless with state secrets should not be trusted to be president.

7/9/2016 6:00:57 AM Is the Rule of Law Dead In America?  

barrydalmi
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No.

IF and only if those who hate her would have been equally outraged if the result had been guilty and she was later jailed.

7/9/2016 3:11:02 PM Is the Rule of Law Dead In America?  

srv63
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Quote from naprinciple:
I claim any involvement in politics is anti-freedom


Right on. It's time we rise up and take our country back from these swines then hang everyone of them for their treasonous acts

7/9/2016 4:00:35 PM Is the Rule of Law Dead In America?  

lennyjohn58
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Will the teabaggers ever quit whining about the emails?

7/9/2016 4:02:50 PM Is the Rule of Law Dead In America?  

fearless8841
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Which laws? There are laws that apply to the elite and then there are laws that apply to the rest of us. And even the latter is starting to disappear or at least see it's own level of breakdown. Some are held to standards and others aren't. It's the way it works.

7/10/2016 5:47:44 PM Is the Rule of Law Dead In America?  

srv63
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Quote from fearless8841:
Which laws? There are laws that apply to the elite and then there are laws that apply to the rest of us. And even the latter is starting to disappear or at least see it's own level of breakdown. Some are held to standards and others aren't. It's the way it works.


Your 100% right and HISTORY proves it

7/10/2016 6:37:37 PM Is the Rule of Law Dead In America?  

bluecougareyes
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Quote from fearless8841:
Which laws? There are laws that apply to the elite and then there are laws that apply to the rest of us. And even the latter is starting to disappear or at least see it's own level of breakdown. Some are held to standards and others aren't. It's the way it works.

The obama agenda is to TRANSFORM America into something it was never meant to be.
A Dysfunctional Mismanaged failure created by Insider Global Criminal Puppet Operatives.



Always remember The obama and hillary are big fans of Soul Alinsky's - "Rules for Radicals"

and "Clive and Pivones' way to over load the system with economical debt
and social unrest and instability and make it BRAKE DOWN = CHOSE / ANARCHY !

*

7/10/2016 8:15:55 PM Is the Rule of Law Dead In America?  

nycman530
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Quote from lennyjohn58:
Will the teabaggers ever quit whining about the emails?


It's much more than just the emails with this b*tch. And the FBI has lost our trust now.

7/10/2016 8:46:31 PM Is the Rule of Law Dead In America?  

fearless8841
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Quote from srv63:
Your 100% right and HISTORY proves it


Quote from bluecougareyes:
The obama agenda is to TRANSFORM America into something it was never meant to be.
A Dysfunctional Mismanaged failure created by Insider Global Criminal Puppet Operatives.



Always remember The obama and hillary are big fans of Soul Alinsky's - "Rules for Radicals"

and "Clive and Pivones' way to over load the system with economical debt
and social unrest and instability and make it BRAKE DOWN = CHOSE / ANARCHY !

*




7/10/2016 10:56:38 PM Is the Rule of Law Dead In America?  

srv63
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Baytown, TX
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Quote from nycman530:
It's much more than just the emails with this b*tch. And the FBI has lost our trust now.


Them f*ggots at the fbi (notice no capital letters= no respect) lost my trust at the JFK assassination when they bowed down to the shitstain CIA that Bush senior was a party of.Lets not forget the fbi on 9/11 helping stage engine and plane parts around the twin towers after the military planes hit them. Have you ever wondered why the biggest/heaviest plane parts were either found on top of buildings(out of sight) or landed in front of buildings that had scaffolds erected in front of them and NONE of the plane parts ran into the scaffolding? What better way to hide plane debris in plain site than have a scaffold erected around it with a plastic tarp covering it.
F**k the fbi, no better than the scumbags in the cia.

7/10/2016 11:39:33 PM Is the Rule of Law Dead In America?  

bluecougareyes
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Chelan, WA
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Quote from fearless8841:

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Girl...

You got that right... More people need to WAKE-UP AMERICA !
The control freak powers have been dividing us all !


Divided we fall - United we stand


* It's ether THIS...




* Or THIS...



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7/11/2016 12:43:13 AM Is the Rule of Law Dead In America?  

cubcougar
Over 10,000 Posts!!! (19,765)
Lucerne, CA
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Obama .. says ... WE GOT A FOUNDATION TO BUILD ON.

White girl friend Libtard B*tch is EXTREMELY CARELESSNESS and skates on jail time.

however ....

the Little People on Main Street ... get prosecuted to the FULLEST EXTENT OF THE LAW !!!

so people are pissed.

Whitie do not go to jail .. and black folks die like flies.

So .. pay back time and you just done f**ked with the wrong people far to long.

This shit happens now.

Deal with it Libtard B*tches ... the Prince of Peace done bombed more counties and killed more people then all the Noble Winners combined.

He is a real killed for the White Man .. and he wants to kill black folks now.

That is a n**ger for ya !!!

https://www.cbsnews.com/live/video/a-look-back-at-a-violent-week/

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7/11/2016 1:35:49 AM Is the Rule of Law Dead In America?  

shylywilling
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Probable cause = vulnerable impoverished low hanging fruit.

Reasonable doubt = Mercedes/BMW the appearance of wealth and stature.

7/11/2016 9:10:31 AM Is the Rule of Law Dead In America?  

viper1e
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Clearly we have the best justice system that money can buy.

7/11/2016 10:15:23 AM Is the Rule of Law Dead In America?  

naprinciple
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Quote from shylywilling:
Probable cause = vulnerable impoverished low hanging fruit.

Reasonable doubt = Mercedes/BMW the appearance of wealth and stature.





Ever notice when prisons need more funding they let out killers and rapists and keep potheads?



In a perverse system like 'ours', incentives make crazy shit happen






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