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Black Racism

San Francisco, CA

#34 Jul 25, 2013
FFS- wrote:
<quoted text>So youre a conservative?
So you're a lazy smelly queer l\ligger.
mike

United States

#35 Jul 25, 2013
Save USA From Jews wrote:
THESE TWO JEWISH COMPANIES ARE TRAITORS TO USA !
Feds: Wal-Mart Knew About Illegals
WALMART TRUCKS WERE USED TO SMUGGLE ILLEGALS INTO USA
Disney Faces $400,000 Fine for Illegal Workers : Employment: Company officials meet with INS representatives to discuss the recommended penalty. The park says most violations found in random check involve record-keeping.
ANAHEIM — Disneyland and federal immigration officials met Thursday to discuss a recommendation that the famed amusement park pay a fine of nearly $400,000, the largest in California history, for violating immigrant hiring laws.
Immigration and Naturalization Service agents recommended the huge fine late last month because of 1,156 violations that were found when investigators attempted to examine the files of more than 6,000 employees at Disneyland. The INS said that 55 Disneyland workers were fired during the course of its 14-month investigation.
And KMART the headquarters of the ILLUMATI right..
mike

United States

#36 Jul 25, 2013
Black Racism wrote:
<quoted text>So you're a lazy smelly queer l\ligger.
JEALOUS...

Since: Aug 10

Buffalo, NY

#37 Jul 25, 2013
Black Racism wrote:
<quoted text>So you're a lazy smelly queer l\ligger.
Yup, Youre a conservative!

Since: Aug 10

Buffalo, NY

#38 Jul 25, 2013
mike wrote:
<quoted text>And KMART the headquarters of the ILLUMATI right..
Hellooo. Illuminati HQ in Atlantis!
Josh

Royersford, PA

#39 Jul 25, 2013
mike wrote:
<quoted text>Your pathetic you wannabe like that AUSTRIAN PAPERHANGER who destroyed GERMANY in his madness so you put out your little version of MEIN KAMPF must be fun to be a loser like you who has to screw his head on every morning looking under the bed for your supposed enimes-do us a favor put a gun to your head and pull the trigger...
. You must be a member of the Jewish Internet Defense Force (JIDF)! You know the 250,000 or so Jews PAID by the Israeli govt. to spread pro-Israeli (jewish) propaganda! They call it Hasabara-a form of Jewish warfare. In America we call it Bullshit! Nice - an act of war on your only Allie! Thanks u ungrateful Jews!
mike

Cookeville, TN

#40 Jul 25, 2013
Josh wrote:
<quoted text>. You must be a member of the Jewish Internet Defense Force (JIDF)! You know the 250,000 or so Jews PAID by the Israeli govt. to spread pro-Israeli (jewish) propaganda! They call it Hasabara-a form of Jewish warfare. In America we call it Bullshit! Nice - an act of war on your only Allie! Thanks u ungrateful Jews!
You guys hit new highs in being low its clear your hate has clouded your judgment-you know who JULIUS STEICHER WAS-he was a JEW BAITER who sent them to their deaths-he hated JEWS so much that he was convinced the judges at NUREMBERG were all JEWS so I suggest you wake up and quit being in fantasy land telling you your wrong does not make me a member of that group whatever it is.
Baba Booey

Winchester, VA

#41 Jul 25, 2013
The Jewish mafia could never do us worse than the guineas did. Real talk.
CTM

New Milford, CT

#42 Jul 26, 2013
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AG Power Grab: Out of control in Connecticut (by John Lott)
National Review Online ^| August 22, 2002 | John R. Lott

Posted on Thursday, August 22, 2002 2:21:38 PM by Washingtonian

August 22, 2002, 9:00 a.m.

AG Power Grab

Out of control in Connecticut.

By John R. Lott Jr.

he last decade has seen state attorney generals use the power of the courts to shape public policy in unprecedented ways. Among the most aggressive in litigation ranging from tobacco to guns has been Connecticut's Richard Blumenthal, though for Blumenthal this was just the warm up. Even if the ideas that he is now advancing fail in Connecticut, they provide a dire warning of what other state attorneys general may soon start trying.

In just 12 years, his office has ballooned in size, more than doubling its budget from $13 million to almost $27 million and increasing the number of cases completed by 65 percent. Yet, despite this growth, Blumenthal has gone so far into actions previously reserved for other parts of the government that he often neglects the real duties of his job.

On August 9, the Connecticut supreme court checked Blumenthal for overstepping his authority. The court unanimously ruled that Blumenthal's jurisdiction is largely limited by state statute to representing state agencies and officials in lawsuits brought by or against them, although the attorney general had claimed broader powers.

Unsatisfied with his traditional role, Blumenthal had gone after the administrator of an academy accused of mishandling state funds. The court noted that it was up to the Connecticut commissioner of education, not Blumenthal alone, to bring the case.

Blumenthal has received harsh words before. For instance, last December, New York state's highest court found that Blumenthal's office was "mishandling" and making "missteps" in a paternity case. The Connecticut Law Tribune reported that "the direct criticism by the court raised eyebrows in Albany .…"

The state supreme court pointed out in its decision two weeks ago that the attorney general's office had been established in 1897 because of the inefficiencies in having "each state agency and department [retain] its own legal counsel." But in July, the Connecticut Law Tribune reported that because his staff was so busy, the attorneys in Blumenthal's office "will no longer serve as counsel to state boards or as counsel to agency staffs .…"
CTM

New Milford, CT

#43 Jul 26, 2013
The state supreme court pointed out in its decision two weeks ago that the attorney general's office had been established in 1897 because of the inefficiencies in having "each state agency and department [retain] its own legal counsel." But in July, the Connecticut Law Tribune reported that because his staff was so busy, the attorneys in Blumenthal's office "will no longer serve as counsel to state boards or as counsel to agency staffs .…"

Worse, not only is he abrogating his role to advise, represent, and defend the state of Connecticut, his office is now suing the state. The high-profile case involves Cross Sound Cable Co. and represents an unprecedented power grab. Blumenthal sued to stop a cable being laid between Long Island and New Haven on environmental grounds. The suit was brought against the Connecticut Siting Council, the state agency that approved the cable. Just as in the case decided by the supreme court, Blumenthal filed the lawsuit in his own name, not on behalf of a state agency charged with these policy decisions.

Blumenthal claims that there is precedent for state agencies to sue each other, and indeed there is when lines of authority conflict. Try as they might, legislatures cannot foresee all possible conflicts. Courts step in to determine not who made the "correct" policy decision, but who has the actual authority. What Blumenthal wants, however, is something quite different. Instead of having legislators resolving policy differences, Blumenthal would make himself and the courts the final arbiter over policy.

The grab for power also crosses ethical lines. Two of the law firms that Blumenthal contracted with to sue the tobacco companies were run separately by his former law partner and his partner's wife. Blumenthal's defenders claim that other law firms simply didn't want the job. In a Connecticut Law Tribune article, however, a few lawyers disagreed, one complaining that "we didn't ever get a meeting" with the attorney general's office and another saying that his firm wasn't included despite agreeing to the state's contractual terms. Blumenthal's former partner, David Golub, acknowledged, "I know how it 'looks'— he's my former partner ..."

Yet, whatever the concerns about Blumenthal giving a contract to a former partner, where did he get the authority at the time the contracts were negotiated to commit the state to pay private attorneys a sum then estimated to be more than $250 million?

During 12 years in office, Blumenthal has grown arrogant. People in and out of state government are afraid of him and are scared to publicly speak about their experiences. The state supreme court has better uses of its time than to monitor the behavior of an out-of-control attorney general.

— John Lott is a resident scholar at the American Enterprise Institute.
CTM

New Milford, CT

#44 Jul 26, 2013
AG Power Grab

Out of control in Connecticut.

By John R. Lott Jr.

he last decade has seen state attorney generals use the power of the courts to shape public policy in unprecedented ways. Among the most aggressive in litigation ranging from tobacco to guns has been Connecticut's Richard Blumenthal, though for Blumenthal this was just the warm up. Even if the ideas that he is now advancing fail in Connecticut, they provide a dire warning of what other state attorneys general may soon start trying.

In just 12 years, his office has ballooned in size, more than doubling its budget from $13 million to almost $27 million and increasing the number of cases completed by 65 percent. Yet, despite this growth, Blumenthal has gone so far into actions previously reserved for other parts of the government that he often neglects the real duties of his job.

On August 9, the Connecticut supreme court checked Blumenthal for overstepping his authority. The court unanimously ruled that Blumenthal's jurisdiction is largely limited by state statute to representing state agencies and officials in lawsuits brought by or against them, although the attorney general had claimed broader powers.

Unsatisfied with his traditional role, Blumenthal had gone after the administrator of an academy accused of mishandling state funds. The court noted that it was up to the Connecticut commissioner of education, not Blumenthal alone, to bring the case.

Blumenthal has received harsh words before. For instance, last December, New York state's highest court found that Blumenthal's office was "mishandling" and making "missteps" in a paternity case. The Connecticut Law Tribune reported that "the direct criticism by the court raised eyebrows in Albany .…"

The state supreme court pointed out in its decision two weeks ago that the attorney general's office had been established in 1897 because of the inefficiencies in having "each state agency and department [retain] its own legal counsel." But in July, the Connecticut Law Tribune reported that because his staff was so busy, the attorneys in Blumenthal's office "will no longer serve as counsel to state boards or as counsel to agency staffs .…"
CTM

New Milford, CT

#45 Jul 26, 2013
Wow, 1/4 billion $$ in one shot from Connecticut taxpayers. This is a jew who wrote laws to make it "legal" for him and his friends to steal. That's Ct. Wait until Reid finishes getting him on the Senate Judiciary Committe.
Teaman

Abingdon, VA

#46 Jul 26, 2013
CTM wrote:
Wow, 1/4 billion $$ in one shot from Connecticut taxpayers. This is a jew who wrote laws to make it "legal" for him and his friends to steal. That's Ct. Wait until Reid finishes getting him on the Senate Judiciary Committe.
Reid isn't going to do anything. He's a democrat. He was caught in lies during his senate campaign and you elected him anyway.
CTM

New Milford, CT

#47 Jul 27, 2013
Teaman wrote:
<quoted text>
Reid isn't going to do anything. He's a democrat. He was caught in lies during his senate campaign and you elected him anyway.
....I didn't elect him and my point is that the Judiciary commitee is already corrupt, especially with him leading it. Some examples being the subsidies to oil, the current price of oil and some of the road contracts, "infrastructure rehab" contracts are more gifts to cronies.
Teaman

Abingdon, VA

#48 Jul 27, 2013
CTM wrote:
<quoted text>....I didn't elect him and my point is that the Judiciary commitee is already corrupt, especially with him leading it. Some examples being the subsidies to oil, the current price of oil and some of the road contracts, "infrastructure rehab" contracts are more gifts to cronies.
I apologize, I didn't mean you as a person. I don't think Blumenthal leads the committee, but you're right about the government corporatism or crony capitalism.
CTM

New Milford, CT

#49 Jul 27, 2013
Teaman wrote:
<quoted text>
I apologize, I didn't mean you as a person. I don't think Blumenthal leads the committee, but you're right about the government corporatism or crony capitalism.
.... It is Reid that leads the Judiciary. He has had Blumenthal sit in for him already. That says to me Blumenthal is under his wing. He has been changing laws here and the way contracts work so graft and payola is actually figured into the equation. Several people can't understand how he wasn't indicted with Rowland over the road contract scandal. He signed and created thye way to get around the three bid rule by creating false agengies and calling everything an "emergency". So with 20+ years of quietly robbing Ct. into deficit with McKinney, he is now going to the federal level with his stealing pen?
CTM

New Milford, CT

#50 Jul 28, 2013
So many low-level politicians get caught for several thousand $$ at a shot and go to jail. So how big is the club of multi-million $$ fraudster politicians who don't even get their hand slapped for stealing the cookie jar. This is way beyond fleecing the American public, we've been skinned. How much are they paying the FBI and Justice depts.? Looks like theses politicians are going to buy an island and we all are going to learn Chinese!
CTM

New Milford, CT

#52 Jul 30, 2013
Nicky wrote:
Round up muslims, kill them and bury the carcasses in abandoned mines as cheaply as can be done and then fill in the pits.
The world would be perfect then.
....Would it be better if the jews and muslims killed each other? Who would be next on your list?

Since: Aug 10

Twinsburg, OH

#53 Jul 30, 2013
CTM wrote:
<quoted text>....Would it be better if the jews and muslims killed each other? Who would be next on your list?
Conservatives will always find someone to hate!
CTM

New Milford, CT

#54 Jul 31, 2013
It would be productive if they hated crooked jew politicians.

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