The Plot Sickens

Since any decent prosecutor could get a grand jury to indict a ham sandwich, we have to wonder whether the prosecutor in the Cynthia McKinney case didn't do his job properly, or if the grand jury simply chickened out (shades of Rodney King).

(For the love of all that's holy, try not to look at that picture in the article.)

Note that the officer had tried three times to stop her before she assaulted him. Now, just what do you think would have happened had you not stopped after the first attempt?


At 7:41 AM, June 17, 2006, Blogger Stitches77 said...

OUCH You're right, those photos will give you nightmares. lol

That alien Alan Colmes last night said...'Why should they indict her? She did apologize."

I'll be sure to remember that next time I decide to commit a crime. I'll just apologize.

We should have known they wouldn't indict her....she said the racist word in time.

At 7:55 PM, June 17, 2006, Blogger Master Doh-San said...

Unfortunately, that wasn't much of an "apology". What did she "apologize" for? Nothing. She said she was "sorry the whole thing happened". No doubt she was. But was she sorry for having slugged the officer? Not bloody likely. It's always what they leave out that's most significant.

At 2:55 PM, June 18, 2006, Blogger Galt-In-Da-Box said...

MDS - We used to be a country of "equal rights (justice) for all and special privileges for none". We have become - thanks to the "great society" and affirmative action - a nation of special privileges for some at the expense of others.
This is what happens when a country is run by externalized, look-good, sodomites and sycophants, who care more about floral arrangements and keeping up the appearances of liberty than standing up for the law of it!

At 9:30 AM, June 20, 2006, Blogger Master Doh-San said...

To some extent, you might be right. But it's more likely attributable to politicians who would rather pander to certain Officially Sanctioned Minorities (not all, just the OSMs) than stand up for what they know to be right.


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