Wednesday, November 12, 2014

Governors Should Use "Prosecutorial Discretion" to Fight Amnesty

Republican governors should immediately declare that if Obama launches an administrative amnesty, they will do everything in their power (prosecutorial discretion, pardon power) to avoid penalizing American citizens who commit crimes against illegal aliens. Murder one? Pardon. Rape one? Pardon.

Say that if Obama wants people who commit crimes against illegal aliens prosecuted, he'll have to file civil rights charges on every single case. The state government won't help him a bit.

It's time to fight back.

That is all.

Sunday, November 02, 2014

Jeanne Shaheen's Polio Hair-Splitting

Chief counsel for Jeanne Shaheen Judy Reardon recently made fun of Scott Brown for referring to the polio crossing the border, because enterovirus B68 is not the virus that causes traditional polio. This is rather like arguing over whether or not a caribou is a deer. I questioned her on this hairsplitting on twitter, and in response, she blocked me. The conversation is here.

I suggest that people ask Shaheen, or her advisors, on Twitter or at campaign stops, etc., how enterovirus B-68 is substantively different from polio, and to ask why Judy Reardon blocks people asking her about it. Remind her that this disease may be responsible for dozens of paralysis cases.

That is all.
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