charges dropped against black panther thugs

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  1. rbell

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    http://www.washingtontimes.com/news...uled-on-voting-case/?feat=home_cube_position1

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    This is sickening. Black panther thugs, toting weapons, intimidated voters at a Philadelphia precinct.

    Of course, only white folks can be racist, or violate voting laws.

    These guys had weapons, and threatened voters. It was as blatant as it could be.

    For crying out loud...it was RECORDED ON YOUTUBE AND BROADCASTED!

    You know the image of "lady justice"--blindfolded, with the scales? Remove the blindfold.

    Imagine if you will, that this had taken place in Alabama...and make the perps white. You think it would be dismissed, and ignored? Riiiiight.

    What a sickening pile of waste we have for a "justice" department.
     
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    Just imagine if some KKK guys were doing this at a polling place in Alabama? They would be calling for the death penalty. Reverse discrimination is alive and well in the United States.
     
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    threatening voters with weapons to vote obama isn't illegal?
     
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    Not according to our black president and black attorney general!
     
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    He isn't saying anything about him being racist, but obama , why, because if white people had threatened people to vote for who they said and gotten caught like these did, with pictures of them, they'd be charged with the crime that it is.
     
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    Here in Alabama, no one is permitted to stand within 30 feet of a polling place. One time, I was going to stand close by & hold a "Vote No" sign (on a property tax amendment), but they told me I had to stand at least 30 feet away. Since then, whenever I go to vote, I'll see a line drawn with chalk showing the proper distance to stand & rally.

    At least whenever I see people standing around I don't have to worry about them blocking the entrance way.

    Since charges were dropped in this case, maybe I could use that a presidence so I could do something. Just Kidding.:laugh:
     
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    In Florida it is 100 feet
     
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    I don't like either the Black Panthers, KKK, Skin Heads, or any other hate group for that matter. They have a right to peacefully assemble.

    The catch is in this situation, you've got two thugs standing directly in front of the door way with batons, wearing militant-styled uniforms, & boots. That tells me they were not only looking to intimidate, but that they were also looking for a fight. They looked pretty threatening to me.

    I wouldn't have as much of a problem with it they weren't blocking the doorway & they didn't have weapons on them in plain view. This is a clear case of voter intimidation. If I was stupid enough to stand in front of my polling place with a white robe & a burning cross, even at the proper distance, I would have the stuffing beaten out of me. The charges on them shouldn't have been dropped.
     
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    No surprise here at all.

    What else would one expect from an Obama Administration Justice Dept.?

    He has practiced race-based politics his entire political career.
     
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    Fox news announced this morning that the Justice Department has forbidden Georgia to require proof of citizenship in order to vote. The sovereign states are going to have to stand on their 10th amendment rights in the face of the Fascist Federal Government.
     

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