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HHS Secretary Nominee has LIED again!!

Discussion in 'Politics, Elections & Legislation' started by GunDr, Apr 14, 2009.

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  1. GunDr

    GunDr Well-Known Member

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    WASHINGTON – President Barack Obama's health secretary nominee got nearly three times as much political money from a controversial abortion doctor as she told senators.

    In a response to questions from the Senate Finance Committee made public last week, Sebelius wrote that she received $12,450 between 1994-2001 from Dr. George Tiller (Tiller the Baby KILLER), one of the nation's few late-term abortion providers.

    But in addition to those campaign donations, records reviewed by The Associated Press show that Tiller gave at least $23,000 more from 2000-2002 to a political action committee Sebelius established while insurance commissioner to raise money for fellow Democrats



    http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20090413/ap_on_go_ca_st_pe/sebelius_hhs
     
  2. Barrelbulge(Fl)

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    Maybe they should wear orange jump suits with D.O.C. on the back. Bulge
     
  3. grnberetcj

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    What we better understand and grasp is that only a few of us really care!!

    Curt
     
  4. H82MIS

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    bulge,, maybe they need a hole drilled in their heads and their small brains sucked out just like tiller the baby killer does,,,,
     
  5. Bruce Specht

    Bruce Specht Well-Known Member

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    Obama and his cabientwe should hold court on the whole lot of them. See what comes to light! Liars and cheats; God Bless America we certainly going to need it!
     
  6. pyrdek

    pyrdek Well-Known Member

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    I saw an interesting article about Grand Juries. It seems in the founding times, Grand Juries, unlike today, not only decided on indictments but also had the power to give "Presentments". The difference being that an indictment is a response by the grand jury to the request by a prosecutor for a finding of reasonable evidence to charge and try a person accused of a crime.

    A "Presentment" on the other hand is a finding by the Grand Jury that there is reasonable evidence of a crime having been committed and that evidence requires that a prosecutor shall take the needed actions to bring the accused to trial. An even more interesting thing about the Presentment process is that the Grand Jury could, and would, work independently of the prosecutor and judge. The Grand Jury could even order that ALL individuals, including the Prosecutor and Judge to leave the room while the Grand Jury was in session thus preventing the government from learning just what/who was being investigated. The Grand Jury would offer a Presentment if they felt, after their investigation, that there was reasonable suspicion of a criminal act having occurred and they entity named named in their Presentment was a responsible party for the crime. The Prosecutor was then bound by law to pursue the charges.

    The Grand Jury process, as used today, has been bastardized to being a tool for the Prosecutor to, often times, go on a witch hunt, looking for a crime.

    Perhaps some lawyers in the group may confirm or, if I am incorrect, indicate just how the Grand Jury process worked in earlier years. My understanding is that the laws and such governing the seating and powers of a Grand Jury still exist and allow the Grand Jury to offer Presentments. If so, this present administration would seem to have an awful lot to fear from a truly dedicated Grand Jury that is knowledgeable about the powers they have.
     
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