Wednesday, July 16, 2014

A Place Holder, At Best~

When I was 11 or 12 years old, my father made me read "The Art of Cross Examination", by Francis Wellman.  He and my mom had hoped that I'd follow in his footpath by becoming an attorney also.

That book nearly killed me, reading it all; but I have found it so valuable later on in life, since it taught me to recognize and to listen to differences in people's words; and also, to be able to fashion the right question to ask, which, if and when answered, would expose their lies.

When my dad passed away, I gave his copy of "The Art ..." to my attorney at the time, partially in lieu of some fee.  
Wish I still had that tome.

Anyway, there's something very fishy about US Attorney General Eric Holder's many statements about race relations here in America, about his perceived need for a conversation on 'race relations', which has the hollow ring of fraud to it.  I believe that this Attorney General is basing his beliefs without evidence proving his argument.

His many comments about how both he and controversial leader Zerobama are opposed, simply because of their race, is totally without merit on the whole, and without evidence to prove his points.

"Your Honor, I'm completely wet. Therefore, it is raining cats-and-dogs outside."
And he expects all of us to believe him and his bullcrap.

Eric Holder is unqualified to be America's Attorney General, based on his incomplete knowledge of the rules of evidence,
and the rule of law or both.

Say that you are a defendant in a trial, for whatever offense against the law.  Your attorney, Eric F.N. Holder, allows testimony without objection, or rebuttal during cross, that you are also a child molester and a tax cheat and you pull tags off of mattresses and once you were seen pissing into a lake~ a long time ago. 
Where's the evidence, Mr. Holder?  You incompetent counsel.  
So likewise, today, Eric Fn Holder says that Americans are all racist, keeping young Barack and him down, because they're part Negro.

Cite your unequivocal, undisputed evidence, sir, or keep quiet.
But he cannot, since there is none; only his claim.  Boot this moron out of office.  NOW. 
Attorney General Eric Holder granted an exclusive interview to ABC's "This Week With George Stephanopoulos" from London, where he was portrayed by ABC as deeply concerned about the global terrorist threat. What stands out from this very rare session -- Holder hasn't been on Sunday network television in four years -- is that Holder pulled out the oldest, lamest card in the Obama political deck: President Barack Obama and he are opposed by people who should be suspected of racism.
And darned if he didn't get away with it again.  ABC's Justice Department correspondent interviewed Holder and asked him why he believes they are "'sometimes treated differently,' those were your words. What did you mean by that?"

Holder took that softball and hit it over the fence. "There's a certain level of vehemence, it seems to me, that's directed at me (and) directed at the president," he answered. "You know, people talking about taking their country back. ... There's a certain racial component to this for some people."

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