Wife Claims That President is a Hypocrite

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  1. Martin

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    "What I sat in the gallery and heard tonight," she said, "was a total sell-out of the United States of America to Mexico. I heard President Bush's message loud and clear."


    "My husband is a hero and President Bush is a traitor as far as I'm concerned. Let him tell my children that he wants new 'infrastructure' or 'comprehensive immigration reform' when their dad who wore the Border Patrol badge for years is shackled and in chains for doing his job."-SOURCE
     
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    Her husband is in jail not because of Bush being a "traitor" or a "hypocrite", but because her husband...

    "shot 15 times at an unarmed, fleeing man," after which the agents "decided to lie about it, cover it up, destroy the evidence, pick up all the shell casings and throw them away where we couldn't find them, destroy the crime scene and then file a false report."

    Amazing how even crimes are now blamed on bush. :BangHead:
     
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    I heard both sides of the story on O'Reilly and find the government case did not lay all the facts on the table for the jury to hear. I agree with the wife.
     
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    So are you saying they should slip through the cracks due to error from their attorneys and not be held accountable for the crimes they committed? How is Bush involved with this, exactly?
     
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    these are crimes no matter whatelse happened. are we now in the habit of letting people off and not holding them accountbale for their crimes. these kinds of activities are in no way a part of this man's job, and him commiting crimes and getting caught has nothing to do with bush.
     
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    What she fails to realize is that democrats are no better. They are all selling us out on the immigration issue.
     
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    We have been over and over this.

    The actions of the Officers, picking up shell casings in a crime scene and not reporting a shooting, are so far out of the training that all Officers have that they can only mean one thing. Officers were trying to cover up their crime.

    The wife is trying to use the hot button issue of illegal imigration to get support for her husbands illegal actions. She is trying to divert the real issue of Officers actions and focus on another issue of imigration.

    Judging by some of the posts on this topic, It seems to be working. I guess that means that if you are on the right side of the illegal imigration issue you can commit crimes and get public support.
     
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    Evidently some of us are in agreement with some Congressmen:


    http://jones.house.gov/release.cfm?id=455.

    Like I said before, not all the evidence was allowed to be presented to the jury.
     
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    And we all know that those in congress will only examin the facts of the case. They would never dream of basing there opinions, based on the sway of public opinion.

    After all polititions are known for always being fair and making informed good decisions, even if it costs them votes.
    :thumbs:
     
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    Tell this wife that her husband shouldn't have broken the law if he wanted to stay a free man.
     
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    I see that Tom Tancredo name again.
     
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    What evidence could anyone present that makes this ok to do?
     
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    I understand that the border patrol agents were overzealous in their shooting and knew it and tried to cover it up, but can someone answer these questions for me based on what the article said.

    • Is it true that the man they shot was a drug smuggler trying to bring 700 pounds of marijuana across the border?
    • Is it true that he attacked one of the border guards first?
    • Is it true that the drug smuggler got off scott-free with full imunity just for testifying against the border partrol agents?
    So the border patrol agents got 11 and 12 years and one is sitting in a 6 by 12 cell with no windows and getting no exercise privileges.

    And the drug smuggler gets to go back home and just pick up where he left off.....

    I'm having a problem with that, if those are the facts.
     
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    No evidence. That is why some are trying to make this about illegal imigration and not about the facts of the case.
     
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    Scarlett, it is illegal to shoot drug smugglers, unless you are defending you life or the life of another person. So the crime is irrelivent.

    That is what the Officer says, but if that was the truth and he was protecting his life then he would have maitained the crime scene and reported the incident. If the shooting was "good" then he would have in no way jepordized his crime scene, case and job by covering the incident up.



    Once the officer covered up the evidence and contaminated the crime scene there was no way this guy would have ever been found guilty. The officer did not even report a crime. How could they make that stand up in court.

    The drug smuggler can thank the officer for his freedom. The officer messed up the case.
     
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    I don't kow if this si true or not, but if it were why would the guards
    "decided to lie about it, cover it up, destroy the evidence, pick up all the shell casings and throw them away where we couldn't find them, destroy the crime scene and then file a false report."

    Again I don't know, but if he did, this might by why,
    "cover it up, destroy the evidence
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    "destroy the crime scene and then file a false report."
    they had no evidence on the drug drealer, and the fact they destroyed the crime scene meant no one was going to find him guilty even if he'd been arrested.
    If these guards wanted the drug smuggler to go to prison for his crime, then why did they destroy the crime scene? Prison and justice was obviously not their intent. What is obvious is that they knew they did something wrong, they picked p the shell caseings and cleaned up the crime scene, they tried to hide what they'd done.
    Now, innocent men only doing their job would not do this.
    No excerise privledges is illegal
     
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    Amen to Bro Curtis. The fact is yes, the agents committed a crime. However, that is indirectly linked to the fact that this administration has no leadership or direction on this issue. They sway like the wind. Bush has handled this issue like most others with the ineptness that saturates his being.

    I feel sorry for the agents. They did go overboard, but it is serious business trying to get into our country illegally.

    I agree with Lady Eagle. The government covered up as much as the agents.
     
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    The real problem is that the opposing party sways in the wind just as much on this issue.

    Neither party has the political courage to handle the immigration problem.

    That leaves us with no voice. We just have to take whatever pablum they dish out.
     
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    Unless we get behind Tancredo. I'm not throwing my vote at against anybody,anymore. I'm going to vote for who I want, no matter what the ballot presents.
     
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    i don't feel sorry for anyone who commits crimes, and then trys to cover up
     
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