Jack Cafferty wants to know: What Will Hillary Do Now?

May 7, 2008

CNN’s Jack Cafferty needs to be on air MUCH MUCH MUCH more than he is now. His candor is a missing necessity when it comes to the many facets of an ever changing news media. If he’s EVER pandered it would be the first I’ve ever heard of it. I’ve never responded to any of his BLOGS but one question in particular got me oh so restless. After last night’s primary results Jack asked;

What Will Hillary Do Now?

My answer;

Mental illness is an issue that is all too often overlooked in this country. Our streets are littered with homeless… most suffering some form of mental illness. Hillary Clinton should stay in as long as her dementia persists or as long as it takes for her to get the proper mental care… so kudos to the Clintons for bringing this problem to the forefront of the democratic primary race. She should be rewarded not shunned. Unfortunately if she doesn’t get the care needed and remove herself from this election process she may find herself homeless (metaphorically speaking of course).

This was found on CNN.COM on the The Cafferty File

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Amy Winehouse Arrested For Drugs Again

May 7, 2008

Before and After CRACK and COKE

Amy Winehouse went to the local police station to answer some questions. At that time, she was shown a video tape of her smoking crack and snorting cocaine. After that, she was arrested. More like Amy Winewreck…..

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Woman Sentenced For Killing Babies With Plastic Bags

May 7, 2008

Almost as if it were an episode of the Twilight Zone, another woman is arrested in Germany for killing her children. A 22-year old woman, only identified as Claudia B., was arrested for allegedly killing her three children by stuffing them into plastic bags. She claims they were stillborn: a boy in 2002, and two girls in 2004 and 2005. The bodies were discovered in cartons in he garage of her parents’ former home in Theorey. DNA results show that each baby had a different father. She had kept hidden their existence and births from her parents and two older sistes. Autopsies have shown nonetheless that they died of asphyxiation in plastic bags. The court ruled that she should serve nine years in prison. After being released to give birth to a fourth baby, authorities want her to serve the rest of her sentence.

Here is a link to  the iNPLACENEWS story about the lady stuffing her babies in the freezer

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San Diego State Drug Bust Tied To Fraternities

May 7, 2008

After what authorities are calling a major drug bust at San Diego State Univeristy, it has become clear that there were members of certain fraternities involved in supposedly openly dealing drugs on campus. The investigation was started last year with the cocaine overdose death of a sorority member ultimately lead to the arrest of 96 people of which 75 were San Diego State University students. Another drug-related death happened during the course of the investigation. Of the people arrested, 29 people were arrested during the early-morning Tuesday raids on nine locations including a fraternity, Theta Chi. Agents of the DEA found cocaine, ecstacy, and three guns. Of those arrested, 18 were wanted on warrants for selling to undercover agents. Theta Chi and five other fraternities have been suspended pending a hearing. This law enforcement investigation was dubbed, Operation Sudden Fall, as if the Drug War waas taking a page out of the book of Afghanistan.

There is speculation that profits may have been used in the financing of the fraternity.

More on this story as it unfolds.

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DC Sniper Says No More Appeals

May 7, 2008

The man only otherwise known as the D.C. Sniper, John Allen Muhammad, recently wrote a letter to his prosecutors, the very men that had him convicted in 2002 for. He was sentenced to death, and he has spent his life on death row ever since, working on appeals with his lawyers. In the letter he wrote to prosecutors recently, he asked them to help him cancel the appeal process. He said that he had been trying to get it to end for quite some time without success. He is also calling for an end to appealing the death sentence. His lawyers suggest he has lost his ablity to make sound decisions for himself and should be ruled incompetent.

Amazing that in a bad economy and a shortage of prison space our legal system might stop a man sentenced to death to ask for the inevitable. He is not awaitiing DNA testing. He is guilty, and he does not want to appeal or put off the death penalty. Why not stop putting off the inevitable?

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