The Jefferson 1 Speaks!

Wednesday, April 1st, 2009

Report from D.C. Fox affiliate here.

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10 Responses to “The Jefferson 1 Speaks!”

  1. #1 |  ktc2 | 

    Sorry to threadjack.

    Holder drops charges against Senator Stephens due to “proscutorial misconduct”. He, claims he wants to send a strong message that prosecutorial misconduct will not be tolerated. (At least apparently if the Defendant is a politician).

    http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2009/04/01/doj-sources-say-case-dropped-ex-sen-ted-stevens/

  2. #2 |  OLD NaCl | 

    Wonder how they’ll react to the first tea party tax protest held at the Memorial?

    As for the young lady, she’s guilty, guilty of DWW.
    DWW = Dancing While White

  3. #3 |  Nick T | 

    Not a terrible story but why is it a dancing “debate?” Classic stupid media acting like everything is so complicated and the only way to be objective is to act like reasonable people can disagree.

    The fact is, her dancing was utterly, indisputably lawful AND protected by the first amendment. What law allowed them to effectuate an arrest? What happened to the charges?

  4. #4 |  BamBam | 

    Footloose had illegal dancing, but those damn kids broke the law and changed history!

  5. #5 |  Ride Fast | 

    What exactly was she charged with? Was she arrested and released or held for how long?

  6. #6 |  Robin | 

    Evidently it’s criminal to act strangely. She was charged with “interfering with an agency function”, which I guess in this case is whatever police decide to do?

  7. #7 |  Robin | 

    Cited for, rather.

  8. #8 |  Lloyd | 

    Retarded cops. Retarded prosecutors.

  9. #9 |  jose | 

    another of the millions of examples of how our liberty is being eroded and how cops are jerks to white people, not just black people. This country espouses liberty and freedom, and each day our liberties and freedoms are taken away. TEA PARTIES 4 ever

  10. #10 |  Dance Like Thomas Jefferson’s Watching | Think Tank West | 

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