Obama’s and Holder’s statements have already prejudiced the jury pool and could cause the trial to end in a mistrial…
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Obama’s and Holder’s statements have already prejudiced the jury pool and could cause the trial to end in a mistrial
How Many Lies Is Enough?
By JR Dieckmann Wednesday, November 25, 2009
“I don’t think it will be offensive at all when he’s convicted and when the death penalty is applied to him.” – Barack Obama
When questioned later on being judge, jury and executioner, he clarified, “What I said was, people will not be offended if that’s the outcome. I’m not pre-judging, I’m not going to be in that courtroom, that’s the job of prosecutors, the judge and the jury. What I’m absolutely clear about is that I have complete confidence in the American people and our legal traditions and the prosecutors, the tough prosecutors from New York who specialize in terrorism.”
Posted on Wednesday, November 25, 2009 6:48:24 AM by TigerLikesRooster
We’re All Right-Wing Bastards Now
—that is, if the NEA’s logic is to be believed.
20 November 2009
On the last day of the National Education Association’s convention this summer, its outgoing general counsel, Bob Chanin, gave a speech for the ages. After sharing fond recollections of his 41 years as the NEA’s top lawyer, he switched gears and started lobbing grenades at “conservative and right-wing bastards,” including Fox News, the Wall Street Journal, and Forbes. The NEA and its affiliates, by contrast, were “the nation’s leading advocates for public education and the type of liberal social and economic agenda that these groups find objectionable.” Chanin’s glowing portrait of the NEA was wildly wrong, of course, but so was his characterization of the union’s opponents. People of all political stripes—not just right-wing “bastards”—are starting to realize that the single biggest impediment to education reform is the NEA itself.