A Shot to the ‘Nads
Frank Carson is told that he cannot continue to represent a murderer in court while he is still in jail. It’s just more of the circus atmosphere that Carson is both cultivating and wants to create around his own murder case.
There has been a great deal of discussion about the Anchor Baby rules, which is good. The bad part is that some people, among them, leading Talk Radio hosts, are being either intentionally misleading or they are flat out ignorant. If it’s the latter, then they need to be set straight. If it’s the former – and it is – don’t you have to ask yourself why they are being intentionally misleading? At least one national Chat Show Host keeps claiming that the Supreme Court “has never considered” birthright citizenship. This is untrue, as anybody with research staff and computer can see for themselves.
Modesto has a Homeless problem, so does your city. Modesto also had a Blue Ribbon Commission to find solutions to the problem. So does your city. Of course, that was five years ago, and nothing has changed. Why not? Because the solutions to the problem won’t work. Modesto wants more money to provide “Safer Neighborhoods,” presumably to include less homeless at the parks, and a Judge says that Measure G can go ahead because even if it is bogus it’s too late to get changes to the printer.
Posted on August 21, 2015, in 14th Amendment, Birthright Citizenship, City Council, Constitution, Frank Carson, Kaufmann Murder Case, Measure G, Modesto and tagged 14th Amendment, Birthright Citizenship, Breasts, Donald Trump, Family Jewels, Frank Carson, Homeless, Homelessness, Korey Kauffmann Murder, Measure G, Modesto, Podcast, Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.