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  • billyliar66 billyliar66 Apr 19, 2013 5:55 PM Flag

    Sen. Lindsey Graham: Bomb Suspect Should Be Read Rights

    What an idiot. Don't read him his rights, he confesses, etc. None of that can be used in court. None of the leads developed from that info can be used in court.

    You Republicans certainly have cornered the market on idiocy.

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    • So anyone who points out that he should be Mirandized is an idiot? I think you are for making something out of nothing. Heck....you think 9-11 was a conspiracy so maybe you shut your trap for a while and go cash your welfare checks.

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      • The only thing that would suggest that 9-11 wasn't a conspiracy is that the idiot cokehead George W. Bust was already talking about invading the same wrong country two years earlier.

        Marvin Bush was indeed in charge of security for Building 7 on 9-11, Poppy Bush did indeed sell Three Millon Dollars worth of cocaine a day right out of the west wing of the White House through 1984. The foreign countries that he transported the stuff through are not the least bit confused about it* and by 1986 the Reagan Administration itself admitted this was going on in an absolute Masterpiece of understatement.

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        On April 17, 1986, the Reagan Administration released a three page report acknowledging that there were some Contra-cocaine connections in 1984 and 1985, arguing that these connections occurred at a time when the rebels were "particularly hard pressed for financial support" because U.S. aid had been cut off. The report admitted that "We have evidence of a limited number of incidents in which known drug traffickers have tried to establish connections with Nicaraguan resistance groups." The report tried to downplay the drug activity, claiming that it took place "without the authorization of resistance leaders."[
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        The other side says that this was absolutely where the explosion of crack in Watts and Compton came from, it was Three Million Dollars a Day and this is one business that does make money over th eweekend. He only bought real estate in LA by the square mile with the proceeds.

        So uhh, no, I certainly don't put staging 9-11 past the Bush Crime Family by any means! Although I'd put the odds of Poppy being very instrumental in Dealey Plaza a little bit higher.

        Investigations into Lt. Col North's involvement have not been limited to the United States. One notable example is the second report of the Costa Rican Legislative Assembly's Commission on Narcotics Trafficking, which examined the explosion of cocaine trafficking in that country during the 1980s. After studying the involvement of Contras and U.S. officials with illegal arms running and drug trafficking, the commission recommended that former ambassador Lewis Tambs, CIA station chief Joseph F. Fernandez, and Lt. Col. Oliver North be forever denied entry in Costa Rica, a recommendation adopted by Costa Rican President Oscar Arias.[

    • Another totally WORTHLESS cracker Ape from a major league WELFARE Red State.

      His idea of "fiscal conservative" is going a whole fifteen minutes without leeching off Illinois or New jersey!

    • #$%$. You pos billytard you luv what happened in boston didnt you freak!

    • Sorry, that's Shouldn't be read his rights.

 
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