Eric Holder blasts Zimmerman outcome....

Eric Holder blasts Zimmerman outcome. Criticizes "Stand your ground" laws

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Ha Ha

Fairport, NY

#1 Jul 17, 2013
http://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/naacp-...

First off ... WHY ISN'T THIS GUY IN JAIL?!?! He was directly involved in the "fast & Furious" debacle. Then he is involved in the scandal on collecting data on the media.

Holder says how he had a conversation with his son, like his father had with him when he was young about how difficult life was if the police got their sights on you.

So instead of using his position to crack down on the civil rights violations by police who profile blacks ... he decides to make people MORE reliant on police by trying to get rid of the stand your ground laws.

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#2 Jul 17, 2013
Ha Ha wrote:
http://www.washingtonpost.com/ politics/naacp-urges-eric-hold er-do-the-right-thing/2013/07/ 16/530425da-ee49-11e2-9008-61e 94a7ea20d_story.html
First off ... WHY ISN'T THIS GUY IN JAIL?!?! He was directly involved in the "fast & Furious" debacle. Then he is involved in the scandal on collecting data on the media.
Holder says how he had a conversation with his son, like his father had with him when he was young about how difficult life was if the police got their sights on you.
So instead of using his position to crack down on the civil rights violations by police who profile blacks ... he decides to make people MORE reliant on police by trying to get rid of the stand your ground laws.
Seriously.Worst part is the amount of scared ignorant people who think these people are trying to protect us and our liberty.Thet are protecting nothing but creating a police state.
My Dad Loves My Mom

Rochester, NY

#3 Jul 21, 2013
Ha Ha wrote:
http://www.washingtonpost.com/ politics/naacp-urges-eric-hold er-do-the-right-thing/2013/07/ 16/530425da-ee49-11e2-9008-61e 94a7ea20d_story.html
First off ... WHY ISN'T THIS GUY IN JAIL?!?! He was directly involved in the "fast & Furious" debacle. Then he is involved in the scandal on collecting data on the media.
Holder says how he had a conversation with his son, like his father had with him when he was young about how difficult life was if the police got their sights on you.
So instead of using his position to crack down on the civil rights violations by police who profile blacks ... he decides to make people MORE reliant on police by trying to get rid of the stand your ground laws.
What did Eric do that makes you think he could've been in jail?
Marcy

Rochester, NY

#5 Jul 22, 2013
My Dad Loves My Mom wrote:
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What did Eric do that makes you think he could've been in jail?
Before you ask any more insipid questions, do some reading about current events. That way, you can ask informed questions and offer compelling opinions. You seem to be devoid of any facts... consistently.
My Dad Loves My Mom

Rochester, NY

#6 Jul 22, 2013
Well sorry I was not informed on this Eric person. Yes I agree he should be in jail, and Obama should be NOT president but Congress and IRS don't agree. Instead their getting an increase in salary while us middle class families have to pay more taxes.
Ha Ha

Iraq

#7 Jul 22, 2013
My Dad Loves My Mom wrote:
Well sorry I was not informed on this Eric person. Yes I agree he should be in jail,
You say you're not informed, and then you agree that he should be in jail. WHY? because some folks here swayed your opinion?
My Dad Loves My Mom wrote:
and Obama should be NOT president but Congress and IRS don't agree.
Congress & the IRS don't HAVE to agree. The Congress debates how to spend the money, and then it is the IRS that does the collecting. Two different jobs, seperate lanes ... get it?
My Dad Loves My Mom wrote:
Instead their getting an increase in salary while us middle class families have to pay more taxes.
Only intelligent thing you posted all night.
My Dad Loves My Mom

Rochester, NY

#8 Jul 22, 2013
Ha Ha wrote:
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You say you're not informed, and then you agree that he should be in jail. WHY? because some folks here swayed your opinion?
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Congress & the IRS don't HAVE to agree. The Congress debates how to spend the money, and then it is the IRS that does the collecting. Two different jobs, seperate lanes ... get it?
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Only intelligent thing you posted all night.
I'm guessing you're not from New York, because it isn't nightime here.
Ha Ha

Iraq

#9 Jul 22, 2013
My Dad Loves My Mom wrote:
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I'm guessing you're not from New York, because it isn't nightime here.
you did notice the location posted under my screen name right?
My Dad Loves My Mom

Rochester, NY

#10 Jul 22, 2013
Ha Ha wrote:
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you did notice the location posted under my screen name right?
I don't see an option to see where a user is from.
My Dad Loves My Dad

Iraq

#11 Jul 23, 2013
My Dad Loves My Mom wrote:
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I don't see an option to see where a user is from.
My laptop looks suspiciously like an echer sketch ... so I don’t write things that might shake up the conversation.

Since: Jan 11

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#12 Jul 23, 2013
The Zimmerman case had nothing to do with the stand your ground law, it was never cited by the defense. A jury duly acquited him, blame the prosecution if you don't like the outcome, they went ahead with a case with no evidence to support the charges. Just sayin' Also, Eric Holder and our Government have a duty to protect all citizens, even Zimmerman, and should not be inciting violence and unrest. also just sayin'
My Dad Loves My Dad

Iraq

#13 Jul 23, 2013
Naughtyrobot wrote:
The Zimmerman case had nothing to do with the stand your ground law, it was never cited by the defense. A jury duly acquited him, blame the prosecution if you don't like the outcome, they went ahead with a case with no evidence to support the charges. Just sayin' Also, Eric Holder and our Government have a duty to protect all citizens, even Zimmerman, and should not be inciting violence and unrest. also just sayin'
You are correct.
I heard that Zimmerman had changed his name to Ben Gazi so that Obama or Holder would never mention it again. But I am not sure.
Hewy

Rochester, NY

#14 Jul 23, 2013
My Dad Loves My Dad wrote:
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You are correct.
I heard that Zimmerman had changed his name to Ben Gazi so that Obama or Holder would never mention it again. But I am not sure.
Zimmerman's name was not changed.
Ha Ha

Iraq

#15 Jul 24, 2013
Hewy wrote:
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Zimmerman's name was not changed.
Agreeing with yourself?

LIAR! LOSER!

You are:
My Dad Loves My Mom
Hewy
Hello
Phelps Guy
Nancy
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and Now "How 329"

We all know it ...

Since: Jan 11

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#16 Jul 25, 2013
Ha Ha wrote:
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Agreeing with yourself?
LIAR! LOSER!
You are:
My Dad Loves My Mom
Hewy
Hello
Phelps Guy
Nancy
Excuse Me
and Now "How 329"
We all know it ...
Hewy and his aliases is a registered sex offender. Just sayin'

Since: Jan 11

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#17 Jul 25, 2013
"The American People blast Eric Holder and criticize his lack of performance"

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