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Discussion in 'News / Current Events' started by LadyEagle, May 9, 2009.
That was quick!
What a gutsy fellow! :applause::thumbsup:
Kudos and God bless Alan Keyes and keep him strong and powerful in his stand against abortion and abortion supporters.
I thought that it was amazing that he didn't even have to post any bond to get out. Maybe the authorities were worried that his pro-life stance was very infectious.
And the silence of the main stream press is deafening. :BangHead:
Unfortunately we will have to deal with such things as this until we are able to get those idiotic votes made for our new "messiah" president reversed. Surely those who voted for this man will come to their senses one day!
The story is only being told by WND which is not knows for being factual. When you say the main stream press is silent this includes the conservative arm.
Yeah...good luck with that! :laugh: And he may be your messiah, but he isn't mine. He IS however, my President! There must be some bad mojo in the water supply in Florida!
Alllllrighty then! :sleep:
Alan Keyes was on Hannity on Friday to talk about the protests & his arrest, but unfortuantely I missed all of the broadcasts of the show. The first one, I had to run my friend to work. The second & third broadcasts, I slept through because I had to be at work early the next morning.
Actually, there was a small bond that was required, and this was posted electronically by a supporter of his in New England, after he or she had heard about this (and without the knowledge and against the actual wishes of Alan Keyes, according to his own words which I personally heard him say on the radio). The bond being satisfied, they had no other reason to hold him and so 'released' him. He does have to appear in court at a future time around the end of the month, on this.
Yeah, I found out. There was a $250.00 bond. That was according to wikipedia.com.