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"Do I know better than them? Yes." - Eric Holder
That was the response from our chief justice official after having been told by congress that detainess in gitmo would have military tribunials.
Is anyone surprised by his attitude? Holder knows justice so much so that he can ignore the law when in his judgement it doesn't serve justice like when he refused to prosecute " his people" the black panthers for voter intimidation.
But this arrogance doesn't stop at Holder, its prevalent in the liberal psyche... we've seen it in these forums from the lowliest most uninformed liberals and its a common thread that runs right to the top to Obama himself who was able to call the cop in the Gates stupid without knowing all the facts.
by Mike Russo 22 months ago
What is the opposite of elitism?I have been on many forums and discussions and because I'm a liberal, I have been stereotyped as an elitist. My questions is if I'm an elitist and you are not, what does that make you and what should I call you?
by pisean282311 8 years ago
if we look globally there are so many different religion and barring few , almost all claim that their way and their version is only way , rest are either false way or half baked ways..if one does not follow their prescribed way , he/she is heading for trouble..now you may be good person ..doing...
by Dr Billy Kidd 7 months ago
Has anyone noticed that Trump had rallies and Clinton gave speeches. Are rallies the future or will Democrats still expect facts in the form of speeches?
by karl 5 years ago
Has the media in US courts helped the cause of justice or hindered it?A senior Judge in the UK is now advocating that the press is let into some UK courts, to aid the course of justice.Sir James Munby, head of the family courts, said that without ‘the jealous vigilance of an informed media’,...
by Flightkeeper 7 years ago
Or does it just seem like that.
by James Smith 5 years ago
This is partially a joke - everyone thinks Jesus agrees with them. A question to consider though: although Jesus advocated compassion, charity and liberty, he did not advocate the use of violence to achieve any end, whether it good or bad, i.e. a bad cannot make a good. If we are to believe in the...
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