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Wednesday, May 29, 2013

Bad example of law enforcement in Inver Grove Heights

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Blogger Sarah Spitz said...

Hey there,

I thought about democracy a lot lately and wanted to ask people who are convinced of democracy:
Do you feel like democracy is working? Are our governments really legitimate if approval ratings drop after only a few months in office and the elected government stays in power anyways? Isn't it more important that governments are responsive to their people than that they are democratically elected?

Greetings from Germany,
Bambi

http://lasagnolove.blogspot.de/

5:32 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Really ?? You want to know ? In America people are celebrating the Fourth of July like they celebrate Christmas and Santa Claus. You know, that phony made up little man from Germany that Jesus resents for competing with him for attention on his birthday. Santa is about as phony as the liberties presumed granted under a US Constitution .

Just look at all the spying and lying on and to the American people by the US Government all in the name of National Security. It's bullshit I tell you.

Democrats and Republican are one in the same. Both voted to strip you of your freedoms after 9/11 not to protect you. They created the circumstances of 9/11 for the benefit of Israel and Corporations disguised as attacks by made up by phony adversaries like the Taliban, jihadist's, rebels fighting in Syria, Al qaeda and then systematically allow the killing of thousands of American military personnel, and murder of innocent women and children in the middle east and abroad using drones and chemical weapons.

Then the Government owned propagandists media is printing bullshit about Americans coast to coast celebrating their freedoms on the Fourth of July !! And as for your Government of Germany and it's people there, You to are being spied on also. STOP celebrating the 4th of July, you have no freedoms to celebrate !!



5:54 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


The judges are crooked in Saint Paul. They go by who have money and who have connections with the police.

12:13 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

After watching the video, and how you behaved, I would have arrested you as well. You are right, you did not call the cop an asshole, but you sir, were the one who turned to an asshole, simply accepting the assistance that was offered your K9 by the officers would have been the correct thing to do, but you made it into a spectacle. Your continued comments about the judicial system are only proof that you were attempting to go out of your way to simply be a prick. I hope, and I am sure if you were, you would not admit to it, but I hope the judge did in fact make you pay the fine, court costs, etc. And for the record, no, I'm not a cop, judge, jailer, or any other individual who is employed by the judicial system, I am just a guy that witnessed you being a complete idiot.

12:19 AM  
Anonymous Community PaynePhalen said...

http://spnn.org/video/community-meeting-payne-phalen-district-council-response-to-violent-crime-incidents
Bobby miss U Hope all is well

12:54 PM  
Blogger Sharon Anderson said...

Are U Sleeping Doing what we can
To expose High Crimes,Misdemeanors of Chris Coleman, taking a Dive and Bribe to Case Fix in the Magner Case USSC 10-1032 http://oversight.house.gov/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/DOJ-St-Paul.pdf
Executive Summary * * * AsstAGThomas E.Perez made a secret deal behing closed doors with Chris Coleman Mayor outside counsel David Lillehaug ie: Now MN Justice with Throat Cancer, * * * to Recent advances continue to refine these statistical methods, such as a new system developed Separation Powers:Colemans Complicity www.lmc.org Cities Risk Management Insurance via League MN Cities, apparantly Federal Judge Joanne Ericksen involvement has put the State and Federal Judiciary "at risk"Township of Mount Holly v. Mount Holly Gardens Citizens in Action (filed May 17, 2013): In November 2011, the Court granted cert. in Magner v. Gallagher to decide two questions: first, whether disparate impact claims - that is, claims alleging that a practice has a discriminatory effect on a protected class, even if it not based on a discriminatory purpose - can be brought for a violation of the Fair Housing Act; and, second, what test courts should use to analyze such claims. However, before the Court could hear oral argument, the parties agreed

2:08 AM  

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