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Black Law Student Discussion Board / Re: The Thread on Politics
« on: September 03, 2008, 03:20:05 PM »
this post made it worth me signing in today...thanks for that G-money (still catching up)

No.  She.  Didn't.

Feminist issues remain the exact same.  The approach has always been subject to debate since the inception of the movement.  Stop watching Fox and read a book or fifty about feminism before asserting that Clinton confused the issues.  I don't give a rat's @ss about the "female" vote in '04 - not all women are feminists, not all feminists are women.  I very, very, very infrequently bother to reply to your posts, but I'm simply not willing to let such a gross fallacy stand as political commentary.

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and keep doing it..

i'm not sure...at least 4/5...some family members said it was her, others said it wasn't.

the problem is, they waited too long for this trial.  had they done it back in the day, it woulda been a wrap.

everyone knows that kellz likes to @#!* lil girls...now he's gonna feel invincible.

how many people testified that the girl was the under-aged kid that they knew?

apparently from juror interviews, there was no doubt that it was him...there was just doubt about the girl.  and of course that *&^% wasn't going to come out--the girl's uncle STILL works for kellz.

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how many people testified that the girl was the under-aged kid that they knew?

apparently from juror interviews, there was no doubt that it was him...there was just doubt about the girl.  and of course that *&^% wasn't going to come out--the girl's uncle STILL works for kellz.

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um yeah r kelly needs to be under the jail right now.. i can't believe he got off.. and for the argument to be "there aint no mole on his back in the video"??? that is absolutely crazy.. for example i have a mole on my pinky finger that wasn't there a few yrs ago..does that mean i was a different person then? the defense was very weak from what i've read and i am very surprised that the jury watched that tape multiple times and didn't say for one sec.. he raped a child..

as far as i'm concerned.. r kelly is a rapist.. a child molester.. and he needs to be punished for what he did.. sure the girl may have been "fast".. but no 13 yr old deserves to be pissed on and enticed to suck the male private part of a grown ass man (pardon my crassness but i'm pissed).. that *&^% is sick.. it is absolutely disgusting.. to know that he was getting off on her pubescent body all the while making songs about believing and achieving and *&^% has me floored..

he's a miscreant  and the wack jury fell for the okedoke.. and brother no good esq needs to go down as well..

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Black Law Student Discussion Board / Re: The Thread on Politics
« on: June 01, 2008, 04:24:14 PM »
one comment about the new Obama situation.. he's wack..that is all ...

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Black Law Student Discussion Board / Re: The Thread on Politics
« on: June 01, 2008, 03:56:43 PM »
my problem with the statement isn't the fact that folks are assuming that she wants Obama killed (i think that may be a stretch honestly) but the timing of it with Ted Kennedy just getting diagnosed with a malignant brain tumor.. i think it was insensitive to make a reference to his family about a tragedy during a time of tragedy..

If the use of the term "assassination" was so outrageous, why did no one peep about this when the same comment appeared in her March interview in Time?  This whole flap is a tempest in a teapot created by Rupert Murdoch's NY Post which originally published a story saying that Clinton had made "a comparison" between RFK and Obama.  The Obama campaign seized that sentence from the Post and sent it out to reporters. (e.g., from the Times: "Shortly after Mrs. Clinton spoke on Friday, the Obama campaign jumped on the story, sending an e-mail message to reporters saying her comment had no place in a presidential campaign. It linked to a online report in The New York Post that said Mrs. Clinton was 'making an odd comparison between the dead candidate and Barack Obama' a phrase the newspaper later dropped.")  Later this weekend, as I learned on This Week, the Obama campaign was sending around transcripts of Olbermann's comment while publicly saying that it wanted to just move past this "unfortunate" incident.  I understand why people are sensitive about the topic of political assassination, especially since we may be on the verge of having our first black president, and I am usually the first to criticize Clinton for various dog whistles, but I'm tired of the dishonesty about this. 

FWIW, the Clinton '92 example is a terrible example for a number of reasons, among them that he had the nomination sewn up by mid-March.  It just so happened that California still held its primary in June in '92.  The RFK example was arguably marginally better since there were still multiple viable candidates in the middle of the summer of '68 and historians have argued for years about who would have won if RFK had lived.  Both, obviously, are inapt examples since California now holds its primary in February.

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if Chicago i'd say John Marshall.. they have a huge connection with the Chicago bar association and biglaw firms throughout the city..

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i'm 2 15 page papers away from this EdM and i'm losing momentum..  :'(... i have written 3 15 page papers in 3 days.. i am burnt out..

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Black Law Student Discussion Board / Re: The Thread on Politics
« on: May 11, 2008, 09:03:13 PM »
so of course this racist bastard Hannity is attacking Moss now on fox news.. i called it

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i'm just trying to understand how this man is licensed to preach with his own church..his madness needs to stop

Dude, woe to the shepherds who destroy and scatter the sheep of my pasture, for serious.

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