Skip to comments.Pelosi: If Justice System Probe of Trayvon Martin Death 'Doesn't Seem to be Working' 'Other Options'
Posted on 03/29/2012 4:43:38 PM PDT by kiryandil
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Could among the “other options” nan is considering is throwing Zimmerman out of the DIMocRAT party? He is a registered DIM, you know.
Could be. It would be an upgrade for him.
Ladies & Gentlemen an important announcement : Today we have had the House minority leader advocate for the extrajudicial killing by lynch mob of an American citizen without trial to gain partisan political advantage. This is I fear going to blow up in peoples faces .
When the fecal matter makes high velocity contact with the rotary oscilator please choose your targets wisely . The crooked politicians had more help from its propaganda arm than yu can shake stick at ,they also profit from any race riots that they help instigate they are therefore legitimate targets conduct yourself accordingly when the chaos starts.
The House minority leader was talking about an extrajudicial killing in the name of “people’s justice” aka “street justice” & the current junta would look the other way.
Schumer is pushing for a law. I thought legislation was supposed to originate in the house. See my tagline.
As for Pelosi, it’s a damned shame when a member of congress suggests “justice” be found somewhere other than the “justice system”.
Only legislation that is for raising revenue. The Supreme Court construes this very narrowly, so that legislation including fees and fines are not counted as "for raising revenue."
Translation of “doesn’t seem to be working”: Is not providing the result we desire.
Pelosi needs to butt out and stick it up her own.
There’s an astonishing sidebar to this story. It shows a photo of Trayvon at perhaps 13 years old, with these words:
>>>Since the slaying, a portrait has emerged of Martin as a laid-back young man who loved sports, was extremely close to his father, liked to crack jokes with friends and, according to a lawyer for his family, had never been in trouble with the law.<<<
Kakfa would be proud. Or Orwell. Or Solzhenitsyn. Is this really the portrait that has emerged? Really?
God help us.
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