Legal Issues


Why are non-citizen rights becoming more important than the rights of US citizens and protection of all?  I concede no argument for it.  Jerry Brown and Antonio Villaraigosa aren’t working for you and here’s another example — When caught at a DUI Checkpoint, unlicensed drivers may soon be allowed to telephone another to pick up his/her vehicle instead of having it impounded.  We, licensed drivers aren’t allowed that luxury.  How is that logical or fair?  Let’s get them driving again without a license (and possibly drunk) asap.  It just doesn’t make sense.  Please consider your votes Californians.  Why these two clowns (and others similarly situated) over and over?  And bravo to those who draw attention to bad political maneuvers like this.

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Where is the incentive for legal immigration?  Can anyone answer that?  There’s plenty of incentive for illegal immigration.  Does that seem right?  It doesn’t.  And it’s not.

It’s great to see Representative Anthony Weiner exposed — I knew little of him before the sexting report, though did think he was a bit obnoxious.  And frankly when the sexting story broke, I didn’t pay much attention until he claimed to have been hacked.  What?  That’s a serious allegation and not true.  And now I see the TRUE IMPORTANCE of the story — It’s to show how easily and aggressively politicians lie to the public.  Mr. Weiner told lie after lie after lie, blamed others, down played the issue and mocked the inquisition, common moves in the political playbook.  Do you really think a big liar is going to do what’s best for you?  They promise to, but Mr. Weiner and numerous others are too busy looking out for themselves.  Re-establish integrity, dump them as spouses and politicians.  Nobody needs crap.

I’m tired of the fiduciary breaches.  Bernard Madoff (Matoff) and many others need to be in jail for ripping off hardworking Americans.  The financial fraud needs to be stopped NOW.  Why do the taxpayers have to keep paying for it?  It’s not right!

Related Links:

http://www.go2gbo.com/forums/index.php?topic=160266.0;wap2

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/business/news/banks-fear-for-billions-in-wall-st-scam-1067534.html?startindex=20

http://www.bloggingstocks.com/2008/12/22/wall-street-continues-to-reel-from-the-madoff-scandal/print/

UPDATE:  He’s in jail now.  Good, but I’m a little disturbed that his wife is living in wealth if she helped him hide money.  I have absolutely no idea, but I hope it’s still being investigated.  Money needs to be returned to the people.

A man was awarded $240,000 because he felt bad that he had to change his shirt and seat.  It’s utterly ridiculous and encourages more lawsuits.  There were others who felt uncomfortable about the shirt, what about their collective rights?  Once again, the ACLU is on the wrong side of America.

http://www.usatoday.com/travel/flights/item.aspx?type=blog&ak=60949274.blog&csp=34

http://news.yahoo.com/s/afp/ustransportairsecuritymuslimsrights

http://www.google.com/hostednews/afp/article/ALeqM5i9_XPfpm0_Xi0USqY-9P3ds2OhJg

I’m sure attorneys worked on the Complaint all night.  The Service Employees International Union (SEIU), California’s largest state employees union filed a lawsuit today to block Governor Schwarzenegger’s Executive Order.  Oh goody, now the lawyers get to make money and the state will waste more money (and time) on litigation.  The Governor should revoke his Executive Order — It’s in California’s best interest.  He needs to RECALL it and move on to Plan B, finalizing the budget, which should be Plan A.

Related Links:

http://www.signonsandiego.com/news/state/20080801-1034-ca-statebudget.html

http://www.kcbs.com/Labor-Union-Challenges-the-Governor/2711494

https://usacopywriter.wordpress.com/2008/07/31/governor-schwarzeneggers-executive-order-sucks/

Yesterday’s 5th Circuit Court of Appeals Decision to uphold the Ramos and Compean convictions is just not right.  Law Enforcement should not be punished for trying to do an honest job.  They put their lives at risk and are required to make important split-second decisions on a daily basis.  It’s a lot of responsibility without proportionate support.  And since we’re only human here, we might not always do what’s best — But does it really make sense to send these two to prison for (10) years?  The answer is definitely NO.
 
What’s the real story here?  Who is being protected?  It’s certainly not American citizens.  We need to allow Law Enforcement to protect all those living here and simply enforce the laws.  It appears that enforcing laws has become an arbitrary or politically motivated practice.  They’re selectively being applied when there’s something to be gained by a certain party or lobbying group, not for the benefit of the American population as a whole. 
 
Why are we seeing so many gray areas in Law Enforcement?  The law is the law.  Either something is illegal, or it’s not.  We need to allow those who choose a Law Enforcement career to do their job, without the fear of unfair prosecution or political scrutiny — Otherwise, who is going to want the position?  I certainly wouldn’t.
 
The decision to prosecute Ramos and Compean, the withholding of important information during trial, and the upholding of these bad decisions effect all our safety, but most specifically here – The Ramos and Compean families who are unjustly hurting tremendously.  Why are we protecting the Mexican drug cartel?  Come on now.  We need to speak out or we’re just going to lose more — I’m happy that KFI cares.

http://www.kfiam640.com/main.html

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