John Kerry never said one thing condemning these actions done on behalf of his campaign. Nor did he condemn the thugs who broke into, burst in and intimidated Bush Cheney campaign office workers.
At least the judge had the good sense to reject the DA's recommendation of probation only. Milwaukee DA must be a friend of Fitzgerald.
I won't hold my breath waiting for one of the various flavors of CNN to cover this.
However little the time in jail is, it is still a chilling event for the rat. On balance this is a very good thing.
posted on 04/26/2006 11:50:31 AM PDT
(Everyday brings a new reason to distrust Hillary Clinton.)
This judge is a GREAT AMERICAN!
posted on 04/26/2006 11:51:20 AM PDT
To: Mo1; Peach; Miss Marple; Iowa Granny; lysie; kayak; Dog; Txsleuth; Bahbah; tiredoflaundry
A little justice...finally. ping
posted on 04/26/2006 11:55:04 AM PDT
(Arrest Mary McCarthy!!!)
posted on 04/26/2006 11:55:09 AM PDT
(The Democratic Party: Culture of Treason)
I hope they all drop the soap and...
posted on 04/26/2006 11:56:47 AM PDT
("...the past ten years in Kosovo will be replayed here in what some call Aztlan.")
Sowande A. Omokunde
Stage name ?, joke ?
Justin Howell was the only one who did not take part in the plea deal, and jurors found him not guilty.
His loser buddies so hate him right now. I hope they are going to PMITA prison.
posted on 04/26/2006 12:00:16 PM PDT
John Kerry never said one thing condemning these actions done on behalf of his campaign.
It only shows how out of touch he is with the real world and the meaning of right versus wrong. And to think he came close to being POTUS.
posted on 04/26/2006 12:00:53 PM PDT
(-- Married a WAC in '65 and I'm still reenlisting. :-)
Also, its Late April 2006. It takes this long to prosecute these petty criminals?
posted on 04/26/2006 12:36:11 PM PDT
prosecutors' recommendation of probation and no jail time
Wonder who got to him?
posted on 04/26/2006 12:49:30 PM PDT
(The Freepers moved as a group, like a school of sharks sweeping toward an unaware and unarmed victim)
To: prairiebreeze; doug from upland; Squantos; Petruchio
Congresswoman Moore said, "I love my son very much. I'm very proud of him. He's accepted responsibility."
I'm sure you're really proud of your Dem operative, tire-slashing thug son, Congresswoman Moore!
After re-reading this story again (I was familiar with it at the time of the election/arrests), I must admit getting a chuckle out of this writing:
Four Democratic presidential campaign workers were sentenced to jail time ranging from four months to six months Wednesday for puncturing the tires of Republican vehicles on Election Day 2004.
Which car maker builds "Republican vehicles"? That's right up there with the headline I saw in a local paper saying the SUV killed a kid.
To: prairiebreeze; sistergoldenhair
posted on 04/26/2006 3:02:36 PM PDT
(Armed in the Heartland)
Omokunde was sentenced to four months, Mohammad to five months and Caldwell and Pratt to six months. All were granted work-release privileges.
What does "work-release priveleges" mean? They are going to spend 4 months of Friday nights and Saturdays in jail minus time off for good behavior, bringing the total sentence down to 4 Friday nights?
posted on 04/26/2006 3:07:23 PM PDT
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