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Mommy dearest; what did you know ?

Discussion in 'News & Current Events' started by righteousdude2, Dec 9, 2015.

  1. righteousdude2

    righteousdude2 Well-Known Member
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  2. Kevin

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    No she should not be deported.

    She should be arrested, tried for the murders of 14 people, and the shooting of the others. If found guilty, she should be executed.

    I would say the same thing for the father, and the fiend who provided the weapons.
     
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    Classic racial bigotry in the original post. The lady is a US citizen. You gonna deport her because she has a Muslim sounding name?O O
     
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    You are like the winds that blow over the waste lands .... contrary!

    No bigotry intended; just asking that if she is found to be knowledgeable, but not involved in a way she can be charged with anything, criminally, should we strip her of her citizenship; and deport?
     
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    Since when does the legal process include stripping people of citizenship and deporting them? I think it's a valid question that Zaac asked. If the last name here was O'Keefe would you want to strip citizenship and deport to Ireland?
     
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    If she knew about it she was involved. People need to quit with the 'I'm not a bigot, but...' disclaimers and stop allowing the PC police to effect what they say.
     
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    Reading can be challenging for some. But no one questioned whether or not she was involved and THAT had nothing to do with the bigotry. What we questioned was why would we try to deport her? Deport her to where? She's a US citizen.

    This is a DUMB thread.
     
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    Wow what? Is it surprising that I'd agree with Matt or that I can remember what went on before the last news cycle?
     
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    [​IMG] No. I was WOWing at what's in that Military Commission Act.
     
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    That's just a fraction of the Bush/neocon power grabs.

    They were just acting on Rahm Emanuel's advice to not let a serious crisis go to waste. Or maybe the neocons gave Rahm that advice?

    Either way they all seem to hold to the same strategy to increase their own power reduce civil liberties and cover their own butts.

    But to give Bush some credit he wasn't so brazen as to claim he had the authority to execute American citizens without due process. His "legal team" might have believed it but I can't remember any of them saying it.

    Obama did and Congress agreed. See the NDAA.
     
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