drieuxster (drieuxster) wrote,
drieuxster
drieuxster

Liberals Are Bad People!!!

How many times to we have to tell them that the dark days of Nationalized Justice have come and left and that they need to embrace the new freedom of the free market in Free Markets!
Earlier today we told you about evidence that the FBI may have failed to follow up on a tip it got about Scott Roeder, who this afternoon was charged with Tiller's killing. CNN reported that, just a day before Tiller was slain, a worker at a Kansas abortion clinic had seen Roeder trying to tamper with the building's locks, and reported the incident to the Feds. He said he was told in response that the bureau couldn't do anything unless a grand jury was convened.

That answer struck us as curious -- and it looks like the FBI isn't keen to stand by it. ...

[ cf Did FBI Fail To Act On Roeder Tip? ]
I mean really.

Do you think that it is the FBI's job to be involved in issues about domestic terrorism?

Besides, it is not like Multiple Grand Juries Indict Obama for Treason, which is a really important thing, even if it was a majikally enpanneled grand jury....

This is AMERICA FOLKS and we believe in the freedom of the Free Markets, and that folks should get all of the justice that they can pay for....
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