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Black Democrats get away with it

Discussion in 'News & Current Events' started by Bro. Curtis, Mar 17, 2014.

  1. SolaSaint

    SolaSaint Well-Known Member

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    Sounds like good ole Illinois politics. I would like to see how she (AG) got into office? Was it a close race? Did she get a lot of money? You know, follow the money.
     
  2. thisnumbersdisconnected

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    Hmmm ...
    The facts of the case: Republicans and Democrats, regardless of color, were approached by a known lobbyist working with Pennsylvania authorities in a sting operation. He was trying to get a potential prison sentence reduced in a half-million-dollar fraud investigation. Funny thing is, only black Democrats took the money from the lobbyist.

    Must be "racist" to actually arrest the black criminals when you can't get any white guys to bite on the sting, huh?
     
  3. Bro. Curtis

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    http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2014/mar/18/group-calls-probe-pa-prosecutor-drops-sting-dems/


    A watchdog group is calling for an independent-counsel probe after Pennsylvania’s Democratic attorney general dropped the prosecution of four Democratic legislators accused of taking bribes in exchange for votes.
    The Committee of Seventy, a government ethics group in Philadelphia, urged the Pennsylvania legislature this week to create an independent counsel to conduct “a fair and non-partisan” investigation into the dismissed sting operation.
    “The public must be assured that a full and fair review has been conducted by someone without any personal or political interest in the outcome,” said Committee of Seventy President and CEO Zack Stalberg. “There are also extremely disturbing allegations that demand an independent, non-partisan investigation to determine if any laws were violated.”….
     
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