tell me it ain't so!
NSSF is pointing out that the mayors who filed suit against gunmakers, or their close associates, have a few skeletons in the closet. As in indictments, racketeering convictions, fraud and extortion raps, etc..
i guess i wouldn't be surprised if, say, someone in a position to discover all of this -- before the general public could have -- attempted to use that information to, ah, strongly suggest that the not-yet-discredited do, maybe, a small political favor for them, appropriate to their own line of work, and perhaps the situation can be mitigated in the meanwhile, and after all, it's for the public good, don't you know.
of course, that's just tinfoil hat talk.
Posted by: jon at April 28, 2008 01:29 PM
Being these are all Liberals, they would be the first to say you are out of line even bringing this up after all, they are more moral, more compassionate, approach things from a loftier plane of consciousness that they are exempt from the normal rules of morality and law that us ordinary citizens are subject to.
Any laws these reprobates signed or passed after committing their crime is invalid. The people didn't vote for these criminals to fraudulently palm themselves off as clean and honest. Anyone think Spitzer will do time?
Posted by: The Mechanic at April 28, 2008 04:49 PM
What's that you say? Indictments, racketeering convictions, fraud and extortion raps, etc.? Hey, those are simply the kinds of business downturns that can befall a busy guy, right?
Posted by: Letalis Maximus, Esq. at April 28, 2008 04:55 PM
Is it any wonder they want to disarm Americans?
Posted by: straightarrow at April 28, 2008 10:25 PM
They forgot Detroit's Kwame Kilpatrick. You know, the lying thug with a bigger security detail than the governor. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kwame_Kilpatrick#Criminal_charges
Posted by: CBB at April 29, 2008 09:14 AM