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As Sacramento Dawdles, District Attorneys Revolt

rking Wrote: Jul 29, 2012 4:07 PM
If you live in or near a big city, the reality is that if you have to use your gun to defend yourself, the chances are good that you'll be using it against a young African-American male. According to Eric Holder's Justice Department, between 1976 and 2005, African-Americans, 12.6% of the population, committed 52.2% of all homicides. Over the 30-year period, African-Americans committed murder at about 7.33 times the white rate. (Whites here include Hispanics.) The numbers for other violent crimes are comparable. The perpetrators are overwhelmingly males between fifteen and twenty-five. VOTE RITE----VOTE WHITE----BRING BACK HUMAN GOVERNMENT !!!!!
Mag14 Wrote: Jul 30, 2012 3:10 AM
'Vote white'?

That's wrong, sorry. Vote for the best candidate. We've had exclusively white presidents - with the exception of Obama - and while he may be the worst there aren't that many prizes among the others.

The next black president may well be exceptional. The trick is to figure out if he's going to be exceptional before we elect him. I think a lot of people have learned that lesson.
Mike28 Wrote: Jul 30, 2012 4:09 AM
The next black president? Really? After this fool has messed up do you think you will see another black president in your life time? BO has ruined the chances for another black president in the forseeable future and that in itself is a crime.
Piere Wrote: Jul 30, 2012 4:35 PM
That's the worst aspect of this moron's presidency; that he's brought death to the prospects of any worthy A/A candidates. Tragic and wrong, but a fact.

California's death penalty has been in limbo since 2006, when a federal judge stayed the execution of Michael Morales, who was sentenced to death for the brutal 1981 murder and rape of 17-year-old Terri Winchell. The judge was fearful lest the state's three-drug lethal injection protocol would cause Morales undue pain. Since then, a number of states have switched to a one-drug protocol. Why hasn't California? The answer could be that Gov. Jerry Brown and Attorney General Kamala Harris don't want the death penalty to work.

Brown and Harris are personally opposed to the death penalty, but when they campaigned...