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Thread: Trump's Pardons

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    Quote Originally Posted by WakeandBake View Post
    jhmd wisely hiding out during this very shitty period of feckless cunts in the conservative majority.
    Letís not kid ourselves. Jh would be troll #1 on Team Trump if he was permitted to post here, regardless of what he supposedly valued.

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    Rusty Larue
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    God's Country
    Heís permitted to post.

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    yeah he just weenied out after getting banned and hasn't been back since

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    Here's Beto's next campaign ad.

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    I disagree with you
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    talk about prison reform !

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    I love mankind...itís people I canít stand!!

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    Un-be-lievable that Pubs can stand for such flouting of the law.

    But hereís why. They spent 8 years making up shit about Obama and Hillary. Demonizing them daily based largely on the embraced paranoia of a fetid and fevered imagination.

    So they naturally assume thatís all thatís happening with the accusations against Trump and his people.

    They have lost the ability to tell truth from lies.
    I love mankind...itís people I canít stand!!

  16. #76
    Quote Originally Posted by WakeForestRanger View Post
    Lolz. The face on the other half of the poster shouldn't be Lincoln, but Jefferson Davis. His philosophy fits Trump far better. Also, the US flag should at least have to share some space with the Confederate battle flag, as most of Trump's base reveres it.

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    N.F.L. Players to Trump: Hereís Whom You Should Pardon

    Of the roughly 185,000 people locked up in federal prisons, about 79,000 are there for drug offenses of some kind ó and 13.5 percent of them have sentences of 20 years or more. Imagine how many more Alice Johnsons the president could pardon if he treated the issue like the systemic problem it is, rather than asking professional football players for a few cases.

    There is also a systemic problem in federal prison involving the elderly, who by next year will make up 28 percent of the federal prison population. Releasing these prisoners would pose little to no risk to society. And yet from 2013 to 2017, the Bureau of Prisons approved only 6 percent of roughly 5,400 ďcompassionate releaseĒ applications. About half of those applications were for people who had been convicted of nonviolent fraud or drug offenses. Of those denied release, 266 died in custody.

    President Trump could order the release of any drug offender over the age of 60 whose conviction is not recent. That would be the morally right thing to do.

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