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« on: Jan 11, 2017 09:44 am »

Brought into question, is calling Jeff sessions a racist a legitimate claim?

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« Reply #1 on: Jan 17, 2017 06:47 pm »

Ted Cruz calls out democratic senators saying for 8 years the rule of law has been disregarded by democratic members.
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« Reply #2 on: Jan 17, 2017 08:25 pm »

Consider the source. Perhaps you forgot the views of Ted Cruz during the elections.

 Ted Cruz on Energy & Oil 

Fight against Gulf moratorium on offshore exploration. (Jul 2011)
Signed the No Climate Tax Pledge by AFP. (Aug 2012)
Cap-and-trade has no impact on global temperatures. (Jul 2010)
Explore proven energy reserves & keep energy prices low. (Jul 2010)
Let states lease energy rights on federal lands. (Jun 2013)
 
Ted Cruz on Environment 


Federal government shouldn't own $14 trillion worth of land. (Jun 2015)
Don't pick winners & losers like RFS' ethanol in gasoline. (Mar 2015)
OpEd: Tweeted joke picture of endangered tiger skin rug. (Mar 2014)
Voted NO on protecting ocean, coastal, and Great Lakes ecosystems. (May 2013)

This man does not have a clue about protecting the environment nor our federal parks.

....and he wants to abolish planned parenthood; the only organization we have to control population explosion.
He opposes churches providing birth control. (Oct 2012) Tom Cruz provides a horrible example for birth control and controlling population explosion. He has kids which will most likely exasperate the situation and then he tries to stop all forms of birth control. The man has lost it. He needs a head examination from the likes of Dr. Kook.
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« Reply #3 on: Jan 18, 2017 01:20 am »

 Cheesy Dr. Kook would have a ball with Cruz.
There are many who are dissatisfied with Ted Cruz's beliefs during the elections and I personally would not have voted for him. I am simply sharing what looks like more corruption. I really wanted to tie it into the thread quoted below but since it was during Jeff Sessions hearing I thought either place would be fitting
Using Obama as example, does a President make the Laws? Does he enforce or abide by its System?

*video on original thread* *click hyperlink*
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« Reply #4 on: Jan 04, 2018 05:48 pm »

The change (supporting penalization for pot use) also reflects yet another way in which Sessions, who served as a federal prosecutor at the height of the drug war in Mobile, Alabama, has reversed Obama-era criminal justice policies that aimed to ease overcrowding in federal prisons and contributed to a rethinking of how drug criminals were prosecuted and sentenced. While his Democratic predecessor Eric Holder told federal prosecutors to avoid seeking long mandatory minimum sentences when charging certain lower level drug offenders, for example, Sessions issued an order demanding the opposite, telling them to pursue the most serious charges possible against most suspects.
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« Reply #5 on: Jan 04, 2018 08:24 pm »

I don't know if he is personally racist or not. I haven't researched his history and all that jazz like others have done. I do know that Alabama has a deeply, deeply...deeeeeeeeeply rooted history of racism and classism. But what matters are the policies he advocates. The war on drugs in an unjust and stupid policy which only creates more suffering - particularly for marginalized classes of people such as blacks and poor whites. It is indefensible. Drug addiction is a public health issue and it is nothing but cruel to treat drug addicts as criminals. Not to mention recreational, responsible use. Furthermore, it is an assault on individual liberty - the liberty to decide as an adult what kinds of ways you would like to alter your consciousness and change your biochemistry. And still more, is plain old fashioned, 100% pure hypocrisy. Alcohol and tobacco, the negative effects of which have been proved and spoken about ad nauseum, are legal 'just cause' or something. With alcohol and cigarettes we have sensible laws in place which ameliorate (as much as possible) the extent that your use of these substances negatively impacts others. The same should be true for any other substance you would like to take. And that is the beginning and end of what the police should have to do with drugs - making sure you don't endanger other people or trample their rights when you're in the public sphere. Not dictating what substances you can ingest in the comfort of your own home or other peoples homes where you have been welcomed.

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« Reply #6 on: Jan 05, 2018 01:14 pm »

Well thought out ding dong and it is nice to hear from u again. The Trump administration is bent on making this country a police state and a prison colony. Anything that doesn't agree with the Don's view is susceptible to incarceration for long periods. While at the same time Trumpster and his henchmen freely commit hideous criminal acts against humanity and nature... Where is there justice? Certainly not in the United Penal Colonies of America.

Brought into question, is calling Jeff sessions a racist a legitimate claim?


The man and his chief are worst then racists. They are bigots.... Practice bigotry and have zero tolerance for others.

Racist;
a person who shows or feels discrimination or prejudice against people of other races, or who believes that a particular race is superior to another:
"the comments have led to her being called a racist"

Do they believe they are superior to others? Yes by definition they believe they have the right to imprison others for long periods who have different values then their values and their values are superior to those who disagree with them.

Here is a definition of racism from the dictionary;
Race is a concept used in the categorization of humans into groups, called races or racial groups, based on combinations of shared physical traits, ancestry, genetics, and social or cultural traits.

Yes by this definition Trump and his team are not only bigots but they are racist as well. They have made numerous comments to prove it and have acted to prove it.
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« Reply #7 on: Jan 05, 2018 06:52 pm »

https://www.marketwatch.com/amp/story/guid/C998FC4A-F1C6-11E7-805B-FD54EDBA88C0

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Trump lobbied for Sessions to protect him from investigation, report says
By Mike Murphy
Published: Jan 4, 2018 10:53 pm ET
President furious after attorney general’s recusal, New York Times reports
President Donald Trump speaks to reporters in December.
President Donald Trump speaks to reporters in December.
President Donald Trump ordered the White House’s top lawyer to prevent Attorney General Jeff Sessions from recusing himself from overseeing the Russian election-meddling probe, according to a new report, and exploded in anger when the attempt was unsuccessful.

“Where’s my Roy Cohn?”
President Donald Trump, according to the New York Times
Trump was furious when Sessions stepped aside, according to a New York Times report late Thursday, saying he needed his attorney general to protect him, and wondering aloud where was his equivalent of Roy Cohn, who was Sen. Joseph McCarthy’s top aide during the “Red Scare” of the 1950s. Later in life, Cohn was Trump’s personal lawyer and fixer.


The lobbying of Sessions was one of several revelations that special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation has uncovered, the Times reported, that could build a case that Trump attempted to obstruct the Russia investigation.

Read: Michael Wolff’s explosive Trump book goes on sale Friday, four days early

Mueller reportedly has also substantiated claims that former FBI Director James Comey made in a series of memos following meetings with Trump before he was fired in May, and has handwritten notes from former chief of staff Reince Priebus describing how Trump pressured Comey to publicly deny he was under investigation.

Trump’s actions so unnerved some in the White House that one lawyer reportedly lied to him in an effort to avoid obstructing justice. “The president’s determination to fire Mr. Comey even led one White House lawyer to take the extraordinary step of misleading Mr. Trump about whether he had the authority to remove him,” the Times reported.

The Times also said it had found evidence that, in the days before Comey was fired, one of Sessions’ aides asked a congressional staff member for information that would smear Comey’s reputation.

Mueller is also reportedly investigating a false statement Trump gave in July in response to revelations about a meeting between his son, Donald Trump Jr., and Russians, which led to a spokesman for the president’s lawyers to quit because he believed the statement showed obstruction of justice.

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« Reply #8 on: Jan 12, 2018 06:39 am »

Yea i agree with u. If your going to show prejudice about herbs why not be consistent and have a maximum penalty for all mind alternating substances and drinks?


Wine should be illegal. Maximum penalty if you are caught.
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« Reply #9 on: Jan 12, 2018 06:43 am »

I don't know if he is personally racist or not. I haven't researched his history and all that jazz like others have done. I do know that Alabama has a deeply, deeply...deeeeeeeeeply rooted history of racism and classism. But what matters are the policies he advocates. The war on drugs in an unjust and stupid policy which only creates more suffering - particularly for marginalized classes of people such as blacks and poor whites. It is indefensible. Drug addiction is a public health issue and it is nothing but cruel to treat drug addicts as criminals. Not to mention recreational, responsible use. Furthermore, it is an assault on individual liberty - the liberty to decide as an adult what kinds of ways you would like to alter your consciousness and change your biochemistry. And still more, is plain old fashioned, 100% pure hypocrisy. Alcohol and tobacco, the negative effects of which have been proved and spoken about ad nauseum, are legal 'just cause' or something. With alcohol and cigarettes we have sensible laws in place which ameliorate (as much as possible) the extent that your use of these substances negatively impacts others. The same should be true for any other substance you would like to take. And that is the beginning and end of what the police should have to do with drugs - making sure you don't endanger other people or trample their rights when you're in the public sphere. Not dictating what substances you can ingest in the comfort of your own home or other peoples homes where you have been welcomed.

Yes i agree!

Yea i agree with u. If your going to show prejudice about herbs why not be consistent and have a maximum penalty for all mind alternating substances and drinks?


Wine should be illegal. Maximum penalty if you are caught.
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« Reply #10 on: Jan 12, 2018 07:40 pm »

The war on drugs is a class war.

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« Reply #11 on: Jan 13, 2018 05:25 am »

Wine should be illegal. Maximum penalty if you are caught.

Being caught with alcohol should get the death penalty.
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« Reply #12 on: Jan 13, 2018 07:12 am »

Hey B. Some good points earlier. Got me thinking about the FDA and big pharma. Hope all is well, it is nice to have you posting again. Cheers.
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« Reply #13 on: Jan 14, 2018 04:40 pm »

Hey B. Some good points earlier. Got me thinking about the FDA and big pharma. Hope all is well, it is nice to have you posting again. Cheers.

It's kind of you to welcome me back. I'm not sure how frequently I'll post. I'm keep busy and there are only two or three people here. We don't do so much good by screaming into the void anyway. We have to organize in real life to push back against plutocracy.
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« Reply #14 on: Jan 15, 2018 01:05 pm »

Hey B. Some good points earlier. Got me thinking about the FDA and big pharma. Hope all is well, it is nice to have you posting again. Cheers.

It's kind of you to welcome me back. I'm not sure how frequently I'll post. I'm keep busy and there are only two or three people here. We don't do so much good by screaming into the void anyway. We have to organize in real life to push back against plutocracy.

President Donald Trump is "being educated" on the issue of race, Former U.S. ambassador to the United Nations and civil rights icon Andrew Young said Sunday, but added the issue doesn't stop there.

"It's not a matter of educating Donald Trump; it's a matter of educating our entire society," Young told NBC's "Meet the Press" anchor Chuck Todd."

President Trump and his spiritual slackies need more then an education on race they need an education on being decent human beings but that will not happen in one life time. They are much too young souls and unqualified to run a government as well as detrimental to their country, the world community and the earth we inhabit.

Governing by wealth and plutocracy is a very low state of evolution and shows the warped values of a culture. Increasing business at the detriment of spiritual values is not spiritual wisdom but avidya or ignorance and will result in the suffering of millions of people and enabling bad karma to those perpetuating such goals.
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