Skip to comments.How Barack Obama avoids prison
Posted on 06/19/2012 8:08:20 PM PDT by Rabin
The greatest danger to Obama is the potential collapse of the Democrat Party from the failed policies engineered by his Administration and the Party's progressive wing.
(Excerpt) Read more at english.pravda.ru ...
THIS is why Mr. RomneyCARE was chosen by Soros and Pelosi.
Initially i thought,
Then i thought,
No difference in that and abc nbc cbs
Actually Pravda has been more honest & objective in their reporting of the commie pig 0dumb0 than our own lame stream partisan media, like abc, see-bs, nbc, msnbc, cnn, NY Slimes, Wach BO post, etc. They have published articles in amazement at the American media ignoring the unbelieveable deceit, dishonesty & treachery of 0dumb0... conveniently ignored by our lame stream media.
Pravda is more believeable then the US MSM. Sad but true. Who is Lawrence Sellin, Ph.D.?
Obama will avoid prison because we are not a banana republic. The Dims try to criminalize policy difference, but we don’t allow that.
Heck if you wanted to speculate about a president in legal issues, Clinton and his dealings with China had more of a problem than Obama does. Obama has hurt the US with his bad policies, but he ran on them and won the election.
Making the illegal legal and the legal illegal is a direct result of exporting Ill-Annoy politics from Chicago-Crook County-Madiganistan to the White Crib. Laws are for suckers. We’re all chumbalones now.
Three words: Fast and Furious...
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One more word: Solyndra
Jay Leno made 3 Obummer jokes tonight- finally- Has the worm turned?
This is the Twilight Zone. We now read Pravda for things our corrupt media won’t report.
F and F was a bad idea, poorly run, but not criminal on Obama’s part. Solyndra equally a bad idea and not criminal.
BTW, you will fail in your attempt to make the US into a banana republic where the next administration always throws the last one in jail. It is interesting that you would be on FR when you share the goal of diminishing the US with Obama and other Dims?????
JLS, you are WAY off base.
Fast and Furious, if it was what many think, was definitely illegal. Any normal person running an organization that smuggled guns to drug dealers in Mexico without proper authority and got people killed would go to jail. For a LOOONG time.
Solyndra may have been plain old simple corruption — to the tune of hundreds of millions of dollars — right out in plain sight. Politicians do go to jail for that kind of thing all the time.
That said, of course obastard can’t be prosecuted. (Well, unless the evidence is 100% bullet proof, and probably not even then.) It would turn us into (more) of a third world nation. However, to say what some of the things he’s done might be illegal — as in criminally — is just the plain truth.
It is interesting that you would be on FR when you share the goal of diminishing the US with Obama and other Dims?????
is simply total fail...
Let’s try this in simple logic:
1. Obama wants to turn the US into a banana republic.
2. You clearly also want to turn the US into a banana republic.
3. Thus you and Obama share the same goal in this dimension.
Some people at this point would reconsider their argument. You on the other hand come up with the middle school retort of “total fail.” That is also certainly revealing.
I would call that a silver lining.
Um, I couldn’t have been clearer that I thought (1) obama’s actions could be criminal and (2) he can’t be tried for them without turning this nation into (more) of a third world country.
Personal attacks = fail. CYA...
PS you clearly don’t know what my political views are. Try looking “in forum” next time.
It is not a personal attack to notice that you and Obama and many of the Americans who elected him all share the goal of turning the US into a lessor power. It is just a matter of noticing the implications what you typed.
“2. You clearly also want to turn the US into a banana republic.”
That is a personal attack. Period.
And again, I could NOT have been clearer that I agree obastard can’t be put in jail even if what he did was criminally illegal (and very well could have been, and IMHO probably was).
Pointing out criminal corruption is not the same as saying he should be charged and tried. (Although I will admit it would be fun to watch, the damage it would do wouldn’t be worth it.)
Very nice! The incredulity that comes the more I learn of this man.... What did we do?
We vote him out. And remember so we don’t let it happen again.
Sorry, I thought you said, “what do we do.”
“Sorry, I thought you said, what do we do.
Both are applicable. We have much to do if we’re to return to a state of normalcy. I wish I had more confidence in Mitt, but I do not.
I’ll vote for him all the same, albeit with my nose plugged.
I look at it this way: Mitt might continue the destruction of this nation. Obastard definitely will.
VERY, very interesting.
JUST NOW ON FOX NEWS: ERIC HOLDER ASKS OBAMA TO APPLY ‘EXECUTIVE PRIVELEGE’ TO F&f DOCUMENTS
You can't possibly be serious! An American border agent, Brian Terry, was murdered as a result of F & F. That's criminal!
JLS wouldn’t you be more comforatble on DU?
JLS wouldn’t you be more comforatble on DU?
Government take actions that lead to deaths even murders every day. They are not generally criminal. Sometimes the actions are dumb as in the cases discussed here. Sometimes these action are, as when the government sends someone undercover in dangerous place like a terrorist cell, necessary. Another thing such actions are not is criminal.
So the attorney general has the power to let the guns walk for whatever legal purposes he has, ie to catch higher ups or to hope to spur passage of more gun laws. [The latter is less legit, but he will never admit to that motive anyway.] The Congress and the people can demand his resignation or the people can vote out of office the president who put him there.
I wouldn’t be more comfortable on DU, but if you are signing on to criminalizing policy differences, you probably would. The Dims, particularly the type of Dims you find at DU are always talking about criminalizing policy differences.
How many DummyFunny threads have there been about threads on DU concerning the indictment of Rove or Bush or Chenney etc. So again if you are arguing for criminalizing policy disputes, you will find many kindred souls on DU.
Your profil says you are a member since 1998- you must have learned something in all those years
Its not obvious that you have