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What Rudolph Guliani has to do with Micheal Vick
« on: August 02, 2007, 05:18:35 PM »
"Guliani's part of Illuminati" AZ on "Can't Win"

"We were already molded in people's minds as Muliani's/
Now we all gettin fucked by a mayor named Juliani
You can try to buy me, ..... but can't define me/
My mind's devine heavily intwined with Ghandi"

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What does Micheal Vick have in common with Guliani?  Well, nothing really.

Except that Micheal Vick is a celebrity being prosecuted and Guliani made a big name for himself prosecuting celebrities.

What we have to be careful of is assuming these celebrities to be giulty.  I'll give you one example of the Martha Stewart case.  The guy who prosecuted her, after his success, was able to bolster his record with a high celebrity case, and he then became second in line to secretary general John Ashcroft. 

So there is a big political power game going on with any of these high celebrity cases.  Martha Stewart in fact did nothing wrong.  So what if she recieved an inside tip.  Isn't that what the stock market is all about.  Using your resources, contacts, and knowledge, to try to get the most from your investment?  And even more so, THERE WAS NO PROOF.  The whole case was riding on one witness, and that witness orgionally said that Martha Stewart was innocent, but the FBI pressured him and threatened him and pressured him with prison time, and suprise suprise... he changed his testimony, and put the whole thing on Martha Stewart, the jury, because of jealousy loves to see a celebrity go down; and they were eager to convict her along with the rest of America.
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Re: What Rudolph Guliani has to do with Micheal Vick
« Reply #1 on: August 03, 2007, 02:32:10 AM »
Sorry, even for divine black celebrities it is not cool to force dogs to kill each other for entertainment.
Cause I don't care where I belong no more
What we share or not I will ignore
And I won't waste my time fitting in
Cause I don't think contrast is a sin
No, it's not a sin
 

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Re: What Rudolph Guliani has to do with Micheal Vick
« Reply #2 on: August 03, 2007, 02:52:38 AM »
Sorry, even for divine black celebrities it is not cool to force dogs to kill each other for entertainment.

I really don't understand how you can make animal cruelty a crime.  Forcing animals to kill each other is a bad thing, but justice and law must be made simple so people can understand easily.

What should be considered a crime and punishable by law is harm done to other people.  Because once you get into such things as animal cruelty, the waters can become very muddy.  So is burning an ant animal cruelty, how can we distinguish between what is and isn't animal cruelty?  It becomes very difficult.  Do we get people like George Bush, in the government to make these desicions for us?

....but anyway, the point of my post was just to inform people that these prosecutors try to fatten their records by going after these celebrities and then shortly after they get rewarded with some position of power in the government. 
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Re: What Rudolph Guliani has to do with Micheal Vick
« Reply #3 on: August 03, 2007, 08:07:04 AM »
Sorry, even for divine black celebrities it is not cool to force dogs to kill each other for entertainment.

I really don't understand how you can make animal cruelty a crime.  Forcing animals to kill each other is a bad thing, but justice and law must be made simple so people can understand easily.

What should be considered a crime and punishable by law is harm done to other people.  Because once you get into such things as animal cruelty, the waters can become very muddy.  So is burning an ant animal cruelty, how can we distinguish between what is and isn't animal cruelty?  It becomes very difficult.  Do we get people like George Bush, in the government to make these desicions for us?

....but anyway, the point of my post was just to inform people that these prosecutors try to fatten their records by going after these celebrities and then shortly after they get rewarded with some position of power in the government. 

My opinion is if you don't know whats animal cruelty you're either massively retarded or sick in the head.



 

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Re: What Rudolph Guliani has to do with Micheal Vick
« Reply #4 on: August 09, 2007, 08:43:23 AM »
Sorry, even for divine black celebrities it is not cool to force dogs to kill each other for entertainment.

I really don't understand how you can make animal cruelty a crime.  Forcing animals to kill each other is a bad thing, but justice and law must be made simple so people can understand easily.

What should be considered a crime and punishable by law is harm done to other people.  Because once you get into such things as animal cruelty, the waters can become very muddy.  So is burning an ant animal cruelty, how can we distinguish between what is and isn't animal cruelty?  It becomes very difficult.  Do we get people like George Bush, in the government to make these desicions for us?

....but anyway, the point of my post was just to inform people that these prosecutors try to fatten their records by going after these celebrities and then shortly after they get rewarded with some position of power in the government. 

My opinion is if you don't know whats animal cruelty you're either massively retarded or sick in the head.





yup u got that right homie