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August 08, 2013

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Tex

Here's an international starter scam, which has caused millions of people to lose 100s of billions over the past 4 plus decades, to go after: www.stoptheamwaytoolscam.wordpress.com

Pancho

If those terrorists wanted to really hide out, they'd go to Wall Street to hang with the rest of the criminals.

You know that the Department of Justice could never find them there.

Uncle Bill

Now, as fond fathers,
Having bound up the threatening twigs of birch,
Only to stick it in their children's sight
For terror, not to use, in time the rod
Becomes more mock'd than fear'd; so our decrees,
Dead to infliction, to themselves are dead;
And liberty plucks justice by the nose;
The baby beats the nurse, and quite athwart
Goes all decorum.

So, does this mean they are finally going to arrest the malefactors of the Fast and Furious conspiracy? Because there is some athwart decorum still out there on that criminal enterprise.

Avon

Does this mean that the USA is becoming a responsible partner of law enforcement world-wide - or that the USA is becoming an imperial userper of law enforcement world-wide?

If the government of Nigeria had actually asked for the forfeiture of that house in Maryland (did it?), or if we didn't try to punish Putin for Russia's sovereign decisions, that issue wouldn't nag at me so much. (Yeah, I know, it's not clear who's the sovereign in Russia, but still.)

Tom N

Such comments remind me of parents who threaten but are without recourse to discipline. The response by the "threatened" is the classic - "na na na na na na, you can't catch me." However, even a "blind hog can find an acorn."

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