Wednesday, April 30, 2008

Ok, been there, SAID THAT.

"ABUSING THE WEIRDOS, AGAIN. It's time to drop the Texas crusade." Read the whole column. It's time to quit picking on the FLDS and pack it in. The Colorado Springs Gazette.

"Thursday, a Colorado lawyer filed a scathing 39-page motion that says Texas authorities knew that Barlow, the man they had a warrant to find, was in Arizona at the time of the raid. Prominent Aspen Lawyer Gerry Goldstein, who owns a law firm in San Antonio, claims evidence that Schleicher County Sheriff David Doran spoke with Barlow on a cell phone, confirming his drivers' license and location in Arizona, before executing the raid. In the phone call, says Goldstein's lawsuit, Barlow advised the sheriff he had not been to Texas in 20-some years, and had never heard of the girl he was suspected of raping."


Been there, said that
. Click the link or scroll down. I've made the next point as well, but not AS well;

"Young teenage girls should not be pregnant. That's not to say, however, that young pregnant teens stand as prima facie evidence of crime. If so, then cops should raid every high school in every state, where they will find unwed, young, pregnant teens, some impregnated by men. And they most certainly should raid every Planned Parenthood outfit and other abortion businesses that routinely sell abortions to young pregnant teens."


Told you.

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2 comments:

TxBlogger said...

And they most certainly should raid every Planned Parenthood outfit and other abortion businesses that routinely sell abortions to young pregnant teens."

If the doctor at the ranch can be indicted for delivering babies to underage girls, shouldn't the same apply to those providing abortions to underage girls?

The Pharisee said...

All I can say, is they have all the right friends.