Typical DEMOCRAT?

United States
July 27, 2008 4:32pm CST
Yes, it is true. There are people who think it is a typical Democrat modus operandi to rob, assault, batter and be unfaithful, although usually it is figuratively not literally. Here's the story of a typical Democrat in the 'literal' mode as opposed to the usual 'figurative'. http://www.wafb.com/Global/story.asp?S=8742449&Call=Email&Format=HTML I say this is so typical of politicans as to almost not warrant being news. Additionally, notice how the story left out the accused criminal is a democrat? Want to bet if he had been a republican that would have been in the title or first sentence of the story? What do you say?
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@Destiny007 (5820)
• United States
28 Jul 08
Yep... if he had been a republican, that fact would have appeared at least three times in every paragraph. This behavior is however, normal and even expected of democrats.... so there was no need for the article to point out the obvious fact that the story was about a democrat.
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• United States
28 Jul 08
Still there are those who think the media is not biased.
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@speakeasy (4215)
• United States
27 Jul 08
Actually, I am surprised this guy was walking around and able to do this stuff. Check out this link - http://www.wesawthat.blogspot.com/2008/04/baggy-pants-nutter-derrick-shepherd-to.html You would think after those charges; he would be in prison by now.
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• United States
27 Jul 08
I use to know a man who had been a deputy prosecuter. He told me they had a lot of trouble with politically connected criminals, much less the politicians who are criminals. The problem is that the politicians and their henchmen in crime will tell any lie, and consequently have fired any good person, no matter what, when you begin your investigation of them. So, until or unless rock solid bulletproof evidence happens to fall in your lap, it is very hard to convict these political crooks.
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@speakeasy (4215)
• United States
28 Jul 08
I know what you are saying and the state of Louisianna is infamous for it's corrupt politicians; however, the investigation that lead to this indictment was conducted by the FBI (federal). While a local investigation might be easily swept under the rug; federal charges SHOULD be harder to make "go away". And, then people wonder why so many politicians have assassination attempts (and sucesses) occur. That may be the only way to get rid of these crooks/criminal politicians.
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• United States
28 Jul 08
At one time, many years ago, it may have been harder to fend off a federal investigation, but I'm not so sure it is that big of a deal now.
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@laglen (19782)
• United States
27 Jul 08
Hey, how about a little side bet he gets re-elected! Another bet, the woman from Texas wasn't really unemployed!
• United States
27 Jul 08
LOL... No bet. Too many times political crooks have been re-elected. I guess we need a law barring felons from ever serving in government. Pity there are constituents who seem to believe being a criminal makes someone fit to represent them. As to the unemployed woman, it was my thought too that perhaps the girl friend was robbed to pay for her and the other woman's services, making her actually 'employed'.
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