Supreme Court won't stop Texas execution of Mexican

Jul 7, 2011 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: KHOU-TV Houston

The U.S. Supreme Court Thursday rejected a White House-backed appeal seeking to spare a Mexican citizen from execution Thursday evening in a death penalty case where Texas justice clashed with international treaty rights.

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#188
Jul 14, 2011
 
Here in Vegas wrote:
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He's up for re-election. It's his way to look tough. The golf course doesn't work that well for his image.
Neither does the tutu he wears about the oval office.
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#189
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Tar and Feathers wrote:
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Of course you're a socialist.
It explains a great deal except for one thing that socialist collectivists have a hard time with.
Where does the money come from to support socialists in capitalist society?
Nothing requires companies to remain the US or even to produce here. Nothing prevents them from leaving, as many have and will continue to do. They are being regulated out of business, so they leave. Some have simply quit and liquidated assets.
That is beyond chairman Maobama's control.
medicare,ss,and unemployment taxes-you're clueless

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