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  • MakeItRight!
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    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by chrissy:
    Oh, by the way, what copy of Webster's was someone12 reading -- the doesn't have a clue version? These appalling comments are irrelevant to the subject at hand and should be better spent on some other less intelligent website. </div></BLOCKQUOTE>

    Not Reading between the Lines! Nor Listening!

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  • SonofMichael
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    you really think the President of the United States is going to read a letter from you? Never mind pardoning a criminal when there are so many worthier criminals asking for pardons.

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  • chrissy
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    Oh, by the way, what copy of Webster's was someone12 reading -- the doesn't have a clue version? These appalling comments are irrelevant to the subject at hand and should be better spent on some other less intelligent website.

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  • chrissy
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    does it matter is if he was a USC or not? He was at the time in this country a LEGAL resident.

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  • Guest's Avatar
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    this from Webster's dictionary...
    deportee: a dirtbag, a scumbag, an irresponsible piece of slime that has no respect for the rule of law and who often winds up marrying a village idiot.

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  • chrissy
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    I just got finished writing a pretty good synopsis to the pardon attorney hoping Bush would at least process the pardon for review. I received a letter back stating they could not process because my husband was deported (due to he was not an american citizen, legal resident)after his sentence was served here. They stated they could not "investigate him on foreign soil. I rebutted stating the Marc Rich case where he was a fugitive and fled to Switzerland and yet Clinton pardoned him. Maybe someone will read it, but then again, who knows what kind of logic they will come up with this time around, but not holding my breath.

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  • chrissy
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    discussion on pardon from pardon attorney

    I just got finished writing a pretty good synopsis to the pardon attorney hoping Bush would at least process the pardon for review. I received a letter back stating they could not process because my husband was deported (due to he was not an american citizen, legal resident)after his sentence was served here. They stated they could not "investigate him on foreign soil. I rebutted stating the Marc Rich case where he was a fugitive and fled to Switzerland and yet Clinton pardoned him. Maybe someone will read it, but then again, who knows what kind of logic they will come up with this time around, but not holding my breath.
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