Skip to comments.Cop Killer's Caucus (Mumia Abu-Jamal)
Posted on 12/07/2006 1:57:50 PM PST by Zakeet
The House yesterday passed a resolution "condemning the decision of St. Denis, France, to name a street in honor of Mumia Abu-Jamal, the convicted murder [sic] of Philadelphia Police Office Danny Faulkner." The vote was 368-31, with 8 members voting "present." Here's a list of what one might call the Cop-Killer's Caucus, the congressmen who voted against the resolution, all Democrats.
The most disturbing name on the "no" list is that of John Conyers. Granted, this is only a symbolic vote, but is it really a good idea to entrust the chairmanship of the Judiciary Committee to a man who casts a symbolic vote for a cop-killer and against his victim?
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I think mumia should fry, but since when do we tell what other countries can name streets. I think there are bigger issues those do nothings could tackle. Democrat party isnt in charge yet, the republicans that are the way out couldve pushed some real good bills thru as parting shots instead of this crap.
Look at all those New Yorkers.
Will somebody please tell Captain Ahab where Jerry Nadler's office is located.
Does anybody know the story behind this silly little French town wanting to name a street after this murderer?
Why is he still breathing?
I read years ago Paris made Mumia an honory citizen of Paris. I say give them their citizen. since he has a proclivity of killing cops, whats the worse that could happen.
The usual suspects.
Everytime I think I have finally understood the absolute limit of liberal depravity something like this pops up.
What is Jesus waiting for?
What's with Moonbat Sheila Jackson-Lee (Texas) chickening out and just voting "present"?
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