June 24, 2014 1:08 pm -


Milwaukee ABC affiliate WISN is reporting that a Wisconsin insurance executive and Republican donor has been charged with voting more than a dozen times using relatives’ names and addresses.

A complaint claimed that Robert Monroe voted five times in Republican Gov. Scott Walker’s recall election and twice in the 2012 presidential election. The complaint did not state who Monroe voted for but WISN found that he had donated money to Republican state Senator Alberta Darling.

Monroe told investigators he did not remember voting in the elections because the drugs he takes for Attention Deficit and Obsessive Compulsive disorders sometimes leave him in a blurred mental state.

Monroe faces thirteen election fraud charges. If convicted, he could spend up to 18 months in prison and pay a $10,000 fine for each charge.


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  1. fahvel June 24th, 2014 at 1:24 pm

    impeccable! 18 months with a 10k multiple – and free treatment for his add or is it ass?

  2. granpa.usthai June 24th, 2014 at 2:37 pm

    maybe if we assigned only 1 voting booth per inner city and shortened the voting time to 15 minutes max, it would help in preventing voter fraud? After all, we now have more positive proof that it’s possibly prevalent!

  3. William June 24th, 2014 at 3:10 pm

    Monroe told investigators he did not remember voting in the elections because the drugs he takes for Attention Deficit and Obsessive Compulsive disorders sometimes leave him in a blurred mental state.

    • Chinese Democracy June 25th, 2014 at 8:33 am

      Adderall doesnt affect your memory to that extent nor does it induce lying lol

  4. Wiley Post June 24th, 2014 at 4:21 pm

    I see they finally found the voter fraud they have told us about.

  5. Dwendt44 June 24th, 2014 at 6:05 pm

    Real voter fraud for a change. Nail him good. Unless Walker pardons him.

  6. arc99 June 24th, 2014 at 9:10 pm

    More importantly in my opinion, the culprit was apprehended through existing laws without the user of the voter id law in Wisconsin which was struck down a couple of months ago.

    • Tom Ward June 24th, 2014 at 10:34 pm

      Yes but only after he had already voted “more than a dozen times”… I would call that more of a failure than a success of the existing laws. This is one case where voter ID would have been a good thing.

      • arc99 June 24th, 2014 at 10:52 pm

        I see your point Tom. But for me, the bottom line is simple; I will take anytime, eleven fraudulent votes eventually punished, over one legitimate vote that was prevented by these laws.

      • Shades June 24th, 2014 at 11:32 pm

        I’m with Arc on this Tom. Eleven votes won’t change an election but preventing thousands of eligible voters from casting a ballot will.

  7. Shades June 24th, 2014 at 9:13 pm

    Why is it, when they do find voter fraud, it’s a republican.

    • Bob Waas June 24th, 2014 at 11:24 pm

      Because the Democrats are more experienced at it.

      • Shades June 24th, 2014 at 11:29 pm

        LOL! Says the guy who was busted here for having 10 or more sock puppets.

        • Bob Waas June 24th, 2014 at 11:35 pm

          10 or more? Honesty doesn’t run in your family, does it?

          • Shades June 24th, 2014 at 11:50 pm

            Was that number too low? Let’s see if you can man up. Tell us exactly how many times Epiphany banned you for using sock puppets. If it was less than 10, I’ll apologize, but you have to list them all.

          • Bob Waas June 25th, 2014 at 3:00 pm

            My first pseudonom was Julie Botz. I thought you had to use a screen name. I changed to my own name after I cancelled Facebook; which I used to log on. When I had trouble logging on I made a new account Forgetaboutit, but failed to change by screen name to my real name. I think that is the one Epiphany bounced me for. The other time I was bounced was for responding to an insulting remark with an insulting remark. I then realized on Liberaland that only liberals are allowed to insult others, not the other way around.

          • Shades June 25th, 2014 at 4:25 pm

            LOL. It took you this long to dream up that reply? Puleeze, I remember Epiphany busting you three times, each time telling you to stick to Bob Waas or she’d ban this one as well. You’d disappear for a couple of months and come back with a brand new ID. Your cosplay was a running joke among the regulars. Every time some arrogant new troll stuck around, we’d wonder out loud if it was you and a couple of times, it actually was. Yet, somehow you think you still have credibility here.

          • Bob Waas June 25th, 2014 at 11:02 pm

            I disappeared for awhile because I’m writing a book. I really don’t care what you or anyone may think. It is impossible to get a liberal to believe a conservative; regardless of the facts.

          • Shades June 26th, 2014 at 8:45 am

            And yet you keep posting here. Face it, Bob, we all know why you hang out at LL, in whatever sock puppet reincarnation you dream up. You’re a lonely old man and you’d rather be mocked than ignored.

          • Bob Waas June 26th, 2014 at 9:28 am

            I first came to LL because I wanted to see why our country is so divided over the issues that used to unite us. I stayed because the stories posted here are only those which show liberals in a good light and conservatives in a bad one; so I inject some of the missing news to create a debate on the whole story and not just the cherry picked ones that appear here. . I’ve only found a few people who are able to debate the issues and not resort to personal attacks, while ignoring the facts.

            I subscribe to the old adage: “Wrong is wrong no matter how many people are doing it, and right is right even if only one person is doing it.”

          • Shades June 26th, 2014 at 9:38 am

            So badmouthing liberals isn’t a personal attack? Oh right. I forgot. IOKIYAR. You keep telling yourself that lonely boy. We all know what you’re injecting. As for your adage, if wrong is wrong no matter who, then why did you accuse democrats of voter fraud instead of just admitting this one republican was wrong?

          • Bob Waas June 26th, 2014 at 8:25 pm

            Of course it was wrong to vote more than once. I said he would have been caught sooner if he had to show a photo ID.

            I just questioned why only the Democrats are against a voter ID. The voter suppression argument doesn’t hold water because the states that have implemented the program made ID cards available free; along with transportation for those who needed it.

            I bad mouth liberals for questionable behavior because no one on this site will do it. Has anyone expressed the slightest concern that the deletion of Lois Lerner’s email may have been on purpose? How about Lois Lerner pleading the fifth? Do innocent people ever do that?

          • Obewon June 26th, 2014 at 10:57 pm

            Even the GOP in Pennsylvania admits it: no voter fraud problem! “The state signed a stipulation agreement with lawyers for the plaintiffs which acknowledges there

            -“have been no investigations or prosecutions of in-person voter fraud in Pennsylvania; and the parties do not have direct personal knowledge of any such investigations or prosecutions in other states.”-GOP! From 2000-2008 there were less than 100 people convicted of voter fraud of more than 400,000,000 votes cast. You’re gullible & in denial of reality Bob that the 89% white GOP can’t win fair elections, without illegal voter disenfranchisement.

          • Bob Waas June 27th, 2014 at 12:19 am

            52 DEMOCRATS Arrested and/or Convicted of Voter Fraud so far and Race or the N.A.A.C.P. Wasn’t an Issue

            (16 votes, average:4.63 out of 5)

            Proof that voter ID is needed to keep our elections legitimate and fair. Our elected leaders should be elected fairly by the people and not by the minority voting in names that are not theirs.

            This is how the democratic party stays in power and why they do not listen to the people when they are in power because they know they are guaranteed to win no matter how they perform their duties. God help this country!

            8 Arrested for Absentee Voter Fraud in Madison County, Florida

            Democrats ~ Jada Woods Williams and Abra Hill Johnson

            I am not sure how I missed this one, but here is one to add to the growing list of individuals arrested for actual voter fraud- meaning they voted more than once in an given election.

            The NAACP is up in arms over the arrests saying the FBI is some how suppressing minority voters by arresting and charging minorities for actually illegally voting.

            7 Democrats Arrested in New York for actual Voter Fraud via Absentee Ballots

            Democrats arrested, charged and 4 plead guilty to actual voter fraud in New York via absentee ballots!

            12 Democrats have been Charged in Georgia for Absentee Ballot Voter Fraud

            NAACP Executive Sentence to 10 Years in Prison forVoting for Obama 10 Times in 2008

            While NAACP President Benjamin Jealous lashed out at new state laws requiringphoto ID for voting, an NAACP executive sits in prison, sentenced for carrying out a massive voter fraud scheme.

            In April 2011, a Tunica County, Miss., jury convicted NAACP official Lessadolla Sowers on 10 counts of fraudulently casting absentee ballots.

            4 Wake County, North Carolina Democrats have Admitted to Voting for Obama TWICE Each in 2008

            Daytona Beach City Democrat Commissioner and his Campaign Manager arrested for Absentee Ballot Voter Fraud

            Derrick Henry Genesis Robinson

          • Obewon June 26th, 2014 at 10:48 pm

            Lol Wass said he disappeared in the summer of 2012 “because I’m writing a book”-to be released before the Romney election. ‘Romney will be leading in the polls by September. You’l see i was right, and then I’ll return to LL…God will elect Romney…’
            And post election even Jerry’sDrunkAgain grovelled saying ‘Shades & Jazmine help me lick my wounds. I’d do the same for you!’

          • Obewon June 26th, 2014 at 10:37 pm

            Some banned Wass ID’s 1.Forgetaboutit, 2.JulioBotz, 3.JBotz, 4. ConcernedCitizen, 5. ROC (the faux kid), 6. (ROCdad or whatever the faux dad ID was), 7 (ROC granddad or whatever the faux granddad ID was) 8. RightOfCenter, 9. Julio 10. Botz. etc

    • Bob Waas June 25th, 2014 at 2:50 pm

      Actually, that is what you would hope; but the truth is, the Democrats got caught in voter fraud and they’re the ones saying, “we don’t need no voter ID.”

  8. Bob Waas June 24th, 2014 at 9:17 pm

    12 times? If they had voter ID he would have been stopped before voting the 2nd time.

    • William June 24th, 2014 at 9:25 pm

      Hey Wass-hole, you forgot one for the no column.

      • Bob Waas June 24th, 2014 at 11:23 pm

        Who said she can’t vote? That’s liberal lies. SC provided transportation and free IDs to those who needed them; hardly sounds too difficult to get. Btw, folks don’t have a problem showing ID to get free stuff from the government.

        • William June 25th, 2014 at 8:04 am

          Btw, folks don’t have a problem showing ID to get free stuff from the government.

          • Bob Waas June 25th, 2014 at 2:48 pm

            Not going to happen.

          • William June 26th, 2014 at 8:16 am

            And yet, you don’t give a crap about bringing the murderers to justice, the entire event is just another tool in your hate mongering. So after millions of dollars, thousands of pages, untold testimony, STILL your boy, car thief ISSA is unable to get one single indictment against anyone..Why is that?

          • Bob Waas June 26th, 2014 at 9:19 am

            Of course I want the murderers brought to justice. In a military court, not our court system. I was wondering why it took so long to apprehend them when others knew where they were; but then again, they weren’t apprehended until Obama needed another diversion from some other scandalous thing that cropped up.

            I guess you don’t want to the truth about suspicious activities by those we’ve entrusted our nation to, such as: Fast and Furious, IRS, Benghazi for starters. Instead, the liberals are more concerned with Christies Bridgegate and Walker’s campaign funds, which a judge had already dismissed for insufficient evidence. And, of course you believe that 2 years of Lois Lerner’s email mysteriously vanished and they happen to be the two years that would incriminate her; gee, what a coincidence. Did you also believe that Nixon’s secretary accidentally erased 14 minutes of the recording? Or, did you think that was a coincidence too?

            I’m neither a Republican, Democrat, or Libertarian. I am registered as unaffiliated because I’m disappointed with the lack of leadership by all the so called leaders. When did demanding the truth become a cursed thing? The only people satisfied with the stonewalling and lying from each of the investigations are Democrats like Cummings; who practically kissed the IRS Directors feet; when it was obvious he was an arrogant liar who was thumbing his nose at the laws of the USA.

            Have all the lies and deceit coming from this administration desensitized the American people to the point that they accept the fraud and corruption? Obama has created a bunch of lapdogs who go on the attack towards anyone who demands that they be held responsible for their actions. It is sad what American has become.

            Another thing, did you really believe that a Youtube video was responsible for the Benghazi attacks? And do you still deny that Rice, Clinton, Obama, and Biden stuck with that lie until they could no longer suppress the truth; which was known immediately?

          • arc99 June 26th, 2014 at 9:32 am

            frankly yes I deny every single lie in your post.

            as far your party affiliation, it is entirely irrelevant. your actions speak for themselves. never do you post vile accusations of conservative republicans. always, you bend over backwards trying to give them the benefit of the doubt on any issue. primary example is somehow the 3,000 dead on 9/11/2001 not being nearly as serious as 4 dead on 9/11/2012. please don’t waste my time with bullsh*t rationalizations about the hypocrisy. I have heard it all before. you people are partisan hypocrites and hypocrites always have a “good” reason.

            you are certainly free to believe what you want.. just understand that I have the same contempt for the people you would vote for as you do for the people I have and will vote for. you hate everything I believe in, I am quite happy to return the favor. this is my country just as much as it is yours. I pay taxes just like you do, you right wingers tend to forget that when you spout garbage about “taking it back”

            and as far as the trial of the accused Benghazi culprit, read the damn Constitution, specifically the last clause of article 3 section 2.

            “The trial of all crimes, except in cases of impeachment, shall be by jury;”

          • Bob Waas June 26th, 2014 at 8:06 pm

            You can deny it, but Obama continued to play “it was the video” lie well after the facts were known. Is that one of the issues you want to defend.


            Even super liberal Bob Beckel called that one. He also said Obama spun the video narrative because of the upcoming election.

            As for 9/11/2001 – are you suggesting that this was Bush’s fault alone? Perhaps this excerpt from the 9/11 report you would see there were many opportunities to get Bin Laden. Of course it was easier to blame GWB who had only been in office a little over 7 months. Everyone knew an attack was coming, but no one had a clue it would be done with hijacked planes.

            “The 9/11 attacks were a shock, but they should not have come as a surprise. Islamist extremists had given plenty of warning that they meant to kill Americans indiscriminately and in large numbers. Although Usama Bin Ladin himself would not emerge as a signal threat until the late 1990s, the threat of Islamist terrorism grew over the decade.

            In February 1993, a group led by Ramzi Yousef tried to bring down the World Trade Center with a truck bomb. They killed six and wounded a thousand. Plans by Omar Abdel Rahman and others to blow up the Holland and Lincoln tunnels and other New York City landmarks were frustrated when the plotters were arrested. In October 1993, Somali tribesmen shot down U.S. helicopters, killing 18 and wounding 73 in an incident that came to be known as “Black Hawk down.” Years later it would be learned that those Somali tribesmen had received help from al Qaeda.

            In early 1995, police in Manila uncovered a plot by Ramzi Yousef to blow up a dozen U.S. airliners while they were flying over the Pacific. In November 1995, a car bomb exploded outside the office of the U.S. program manager for the Saudi National Guard in Riyadh, killing five Americans and two others. In June 1996, a truck bomb demolished the Khobar Towers apartment complex in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia, killing 19 U.S. servicemen and wounding hundreds. The attack was carried out primarily by Saudi Hezbollah, an organization that had received help from the government of Iran.

            Until 1997, the U.S. intelligence community viewed Bin Ladin as a financier of terrorism, not as a terrorist leader. In February 1998, Usama Bin Ladin and four others issued a self-styled fatwa, publicly declaring that it was God’s decree that every Muslim should try his utmost to kill any American, military or civilian, anywhere in the world, because of American “occupation” of Islam’s holy places and aggression against Muslims.

            In August 1998, Bin Ladin’s group, al Qaeda, carried out near-simultaneous truck bomb attacks on the U.S. embassies in Nairobi, Kenya, and Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. The attacks killed 224 people, including 12 Americans, and wounded thousands more.

            In December 1999, Jordanian police foiled a plot to bomb hotels and other sites frequented by American tourists, and a U.S. Customs agent arrested Ahmed Ressam at the U.S. Canadian border as he was smuggling in explosives intended for an attack on Los Angeles International Airport.

            In October 2000, an al Qaeda team in Aden, Yemen, used a motorboat filled with explosives to blow a hole in the side of a destroyer, the USS Cole, almost sinking the vessel and killing 17 American sailors.

            The 9/11 attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon were far more elaborate, precise, and destructive than any of these earlier assaults. But by September 2001, the executive branch of the U.S. government, the Congress, the news media, and the American public had received clear warning that Islamist terrorists meant to kill Americans in high numbers.”

            No one can account for Obama’s whereabouts the night of the Benghazi attack, but you say it’s a lie.

            He left the next day for Las Vegas instead of staying in town. You think that is a lie too.

            It is not that I lie, it is that you have problem excepting the truth, so you accuse others of lying.

            As for calling out Republicans. I called out Boehner, Cantor, and Specter. I also never ever for even one minute believed that the deletion on the Nixon tape was anything but deliberate.

          • Obewon June 26th, 2014 at 9:47 pm

            Wass debunked delusions vs reality.The Islamophobic Video is cited by the arrested terrorist chief as motive for Benghazi attack Just exactly as the NYT Investigation confirmed CIA correct on video motive. Pinheads strikeout again. NY Times Benghazi Blockbuster Highlights Video’s Role In Attack NYT, LL, et al and here too

            As for Hannity’s debunked lies? LMAO! Sept 11, 2012 attack suspects were rounded up, incarcerated in Libya, etc by Sept 14, 2012. FBI interrogated suspects in Libya custody March- May 2013. August 11, 2013 ‘About a dozen Benghazi suspects secretly indicted by DOJ AG Holder’-WSJ, FNC, Reuters, etc. At least 1 suspect “Rendered” back to USA & Faux Noise freaked out!

            BTW Fact-checking Benghazi: GOP Faux news rhetoric hasn’t matched up with reality!

          • Bob Waas June 26th, 2014 at 11:52 pm

            All psychobabble.

          • Obewon June 27th, 2014 at 12:18 am

            Each embedded link in all 4 sections above & everyone one else on LL always proves Bob Wass is a very well debunked delusional Liar. Continued from above

            5. “IRS” Self-described ‘conservative Republican’ admits in testimony He began & Ordered IRS targeting of tea party (as well as OWS Occupy) groups.

            6. Voter ID: GOP Admits voter disenfranchisement & ‘No votefraud or investigations in any state’-2012. Even the GOP in Pennsylvania admits it: no voter fraud problem!

            “The state signed a stipulation agreement with lawyers for the plaintiffs which acknowledges there

            -“have been no investigations or prosecutions of in-person voter fraud in Pennsylvania; and the parties do not have direct personal knowledge of any such investigations or prosecutions in other states.”-GOP! From 2000-2008 there were less than 100 people convicted of voter fraud of more than 400,000,000 votes cast.

            You’re a very well proven liar Wass, who has been bounced from LL for 10+ faux ID’s in use at the same time as your Bob Waas ID.

          • Bob Waas June 27th, 2014 at 12:31 am

            So easy to debunk your claims.


          • Obewon June 27th, 2014 at 12:36 am

            LMAO at “jpattitude” That’s not even a real website.

          • Obewon June 27th, 2014 at 1:06 am

            Wass links to “All psychobabble.” “FORMER NAVY SEALS TO MONITOR NEW BLACK PANTHERS IN PHILLY November 1, 2012 • Election Journal • 3 From Philly Magazine: Call them “Seal Team November 6.””

          • William June 26th, 2014 at 10:33 am

            I don’t want to hear a rebroadcast of the Hannidy show.Answer the G-damn question dumbass.
            Why after exhaustive hearings, testimony and millions in expenditures has no one been indicted for Benghazi. While you’re at it here is another question. What U S President or secretary of State been blamed for an attack on an overseas U S installation. No doubletalk, no smokescreens, no regurgitation of right wing media, just answer the question. No sidestepping to fast and furious, no changing the subject to Christie, Nixon or Walker..just for once in your miserable little troll life answer the question.

          • Bob Waas June 26th, 2014 at 10:55 am

            Why after hours and hours of lying has no one been brought to justice? The administration lies have prevented the truth from coming out. Let’s hear from those that were on the ground during the attack; where are they?

            Obama lied and people died. Where was he during the attack? Don’t answer, we already know; he was getting his rest so he could leave out the next morning for a fund raiser in Las Vegas. He didn’t even have the decency to stay around and take an active part in the tragedy that had just occurred.

          • William June 26th, 2014 at 11:22 am

            And STILL you cannot answer the question. I’m not sure what’s a bigger waste. Issa pissing away 140 million on a non scandal, or reading you blabber on about everything EXCEPT the subject at hand. Las Vegas? Fundraisers? Really?

            Where was he during the attack?

            I don’t know.

            Where was Bush during the attack on 911? (answer reading a childrens book). What’s your point?

            Again you cannot answer the question.

            I’ll answer it for you..

            1.No evidence.

            2. Oh God, please don’t let Hillary run

            There that was easy huh?

          • Bob Waas June 27th, 2014 at 12:01 am

            I answered your question. The administration lied and tried to cover up Benghazi by blaming a video.

          • William June 27th, 2014 at 12:20 am

            Ha Ha Ha Ha. Here ya go Bozo. (you’ll love the source)

            “The film which insulted the Prophet was a direct attack on our values and if America wants good relations with the Muslim world it needs to do so with respect,” Abu Khattala said.


            Come back when you have something other than a stupid right wing blog meme and a bumper sticker as a source of proof.

          • Bob Waas June 27th, 2014 at 12:27 am

            First Jimmy Carter tried to make nice with the Muslims, then Obama went on his mea culpa tour and kissed the Muslims butts.

            Both approaches didn’t work because those people hate us and always will.

          • William June 27th, 2014 at 12:42 am

            So you’re never going to answer the question, and you’re never going to offer any proof of any white house culpability huh? I thought so. Just an islamaphobe. The truth comes out FINALLY.
            Just another right wing blowhard with no proof, no evidence and no argument, posting a photo of a B movie actor who traded arms for hostages to fund an illegal war.
            Here are some of “those people” that your sorry, yellow bellied chickenhawk ass isn’t fit to talk about. I’m done with you now. Your argument had nothing to do with truth, concern for justice, or scandal, but simply a way for you to vent your very un-American hate for (of all things). A religion.

          • Obewon June 27th, 2014 at 12:28 am

            CIA “The video” as the Benghazi motive is even proven by Wass’ WND cementing Wass & his religious trinity of Hannity, Bill’O & Rusty the racist as Hellbound for hypocritically ‘bearing false witness against thy neighbor.’ These 3 & Wass never tell the truth whenever fact checked and they don’t correct or update their debunked lies.

          • William June 27th, 2014 at 12:50 am

            I swear Wass-hole must be drunk or something. Now he wants to talk about Reagan and Muslims?

          • William June 27th, 2014 at 12:48 am

            BTW dummy, there were no Navy seals pleading for help at Benghazi.

          • Bob Waas June 27th, 2014 at 12:41 am

            There were 13 deadly attacks on Bush’s watch. Difference is he called them TERRORISTS attacks right away and didn’t try to cover them up.

          • William June 27th, 2014 at 1:11 am

            Difference is he called them TERRORISTS attacks right away and didn’t try to cover them up.

            My God, are you that stupid?


          • Bob Waas June 27th, 2014 at 6:48 pm

            Saying “No acts of terror…” is not saying it was a terrorist attack. He danced around the issue and did not come out and say it was a terrorist attack. He spoke at the UN later on and still blamed the video; along with Clinton, Rice, and Carney.

            I don’t think I’m stupid, just honest. Maybe you need to refresh you memory by watching this video which shows the four of them repeating the lie over and over.


          • William June 28th, 2014 at 9:39 am

            The BLAZE? Bwaaah Ha,Ha, Ha,. So not only are you a raging Islamaphobe and enemy of American fundamental religious freedoms..BUT you let a bipolar alcoholic do your thinking for you. You may not think you’re stupid, but plenty of people here do. Now they may ban you for you’re dishonest sock puppeting, and your multiple “secret” identities, BUT as for me? At the risk of being amused over the attention mongering of a sad old man, let me just say this.

            I hope you never leave. Watching you stumble around this site is entertaining.


            BTW dummy..we now find it actually was fueled by the video). Don’t ever change.

            “The film which insulted the Prophet was a direct attack on our values and if America wants good relations with the Muslim world it needs to do so with respect,” Abu Khattala said


          • Bob Waas June 28th, 2014 at 10:56 am

            I guess I was giving you too much credit to be able to figure out that the Blaze is not the author of the lying “Foursome.” If you Google it, you may find a site with the same video which might more closely align with your ideology.

            Instead, you decided to become ugly with personal attacks and ignore the lies being told; which you apparently are accepting of since they come from those whom you worship.

            A terrorist saying “the video made me do it” is hardly a testimony for truthfulness. Why do you have such a problem acknowledging that the whole world knew it to be a terrorist attack as soon as it happen; yet you choose to believe the lies?

            As a practicing Catholic, you may want to focus a little on these verses when responding to those with whom you have a disagreement. James 3: 9-10 Colossians 4:6

          • William June 26th, 2014 at 10:42 am

            I was wondering why it took so long to apprehend them when others knew where they were
            define the “others”.. Documentation please.

          • Bob Waas June 26th, 2014 at 10:50 am

            NY Times knew where he was and reported on it.

            “But just days after President Obama reasserted his vow to bring those responsible to justice, Mr. Abu Khattala spent two leisurely hours on Thursday evening at a crowded luxury hotel, sipping a strawberry frappe on a patio and scoffing at the threats coming from the American and Libyan governments.”


          • William June 26th, 2014 at 11:28 am

            NY Times knew where he was and reported on it
            Ha Ha Ha Ha.

          • William June 26th, 2014 at 11:37 am

            NY Times knew where he was and reported on it.
            Again, I have to give you leeway, because as a chickenhawk bystander you have no idea what you’re talking about..
            One does not send a team of combatants in to effect an apprehension based on a newspaper report (we have intelligence folks for that).

          • Bob Waas June 27th, 2014 at 12:39 am

            Read the article. It looks like you’re the only one in the world that didn’t know that he was parading around.

          • William June 27th, 2014 at 1:08 am

            AGAIN. The U.S Military does not execute apprehensions on the word of a Newspaper article. We have intell people for that. Whatsa matter Wass-hole. Your iddy biddy feewings all hurt because the bad black man caught another terrorist?

          • William June 26th, 2014 at 10:46 am

            Of course I want the murderers brought to justice. In a military court, not our court system.
            I give you leeway here because like most other chickenhawk right wing veteran wanna-be’s you have no idea what you are talking about when it comes to the military court system. There is no provision or precedent for trying a foreign national under the UCMJ

          • Bob Waas June 27th, 2014 at 8:16 pm

            Terrorists Shouldn’t Be Tried in the Same Courts as U.S. Citizens

            By Danny GonzalezMarch 12, 2013 | 1:59 p.m. EDT+ More

            The trial of Sulaiman Abu Ghaith should not be held in federal court, but much rather in a military tribunal at Guantanamo Bay. The terrorist suspect is not, and has not ever been, a citizen of the United States of America and therefore should not be tried in the same court as U.S. citizens, nor should they receive the same legal rights as U.S. citizens. He should not have the constitutional right to remain silent. Military interrogators should be able to ask him about his close relationship with Osama bin Laden and the planning of the 9/11 attack on America.

            We have seen the negative consequences of attempting to bring al Qaeda-trained operatives to trial in U.S. civilian courts before. In 2009, under the direction of Attorney General Eric Holder, the trial of suspect Ahmed Ghailani was moved from Guantanamo Bay to federal court in New York. Ghailani helped plan and carry out the 1998 U.S. Embassy bombings in Kenya and Tanzania. Due to the legal rights and protections given to Ghailani by moving that trial, critical evidence was made inadmissible and as a result prosecutors were only successful in convicting Ghailani on a paltry conspiracy charge. He was acquitted on the 200 or more murder charges and a myriad of other charges. This case showed how vulnerable our justice system is to manipulation by al Qaeda operatives.

            Even lawyers who have successfully prosecuted terrorists in federal court admit that it’s not the best place to try terrorists. Former U.S. Attorney Andy McCarthy successfully prosecuted and convicted Sheik Omar Abdel Rahman and 11 other conspirators in the 1993 bombing of the World Trade Center in New York City. McCarthy himself says that military commissions are legal and a better option for prosecuting terrorists than federal courts.

            The process of military tribunals currently in place at Guantanamo Bay is perfectly legal and satisfies the right of due process for terrorist suspects. The U.S. Department of Justice further reinforced this fact when they decided to abandon plans to try Khalid Sheikh Muhammad in New York City, sending his trial back to Guantanamo Bay. Why wouldn’t President Obama and Eric Holder choose to do the same with Sulaihman Abu Ghaith? Why will they give a platform in New York to a known terrorist and hater of America?”

          • William June 28th, 2014 at 9:55 am

            You can post all the opinions you want, and the right wing wacko articles you’d like but there is absolutely no provision in the USMJ for trying a foreign national in a U.S. Military Court. How is it you cannot under stand that? The closest our constitution allows us is the Tribunal style court IE Nuremburg. Which was presided over by a civilian judge. These matters have been explained to you over and over and with real links to actual parts of the Constitution. I can only assume that your backtracking to this again is another cry for attention, and I have other things to do today. So have a good day. Go listen to Glenn Becks pod cast or something, play outside or watch a cartoon.

          • Bob Waas June 28th, 2014 at 8:02 pm

            You must have studied Constitutional law under Obama, because you only know what he wanted you to know.


            “As long ago as 1866, just after the Civil War, the Constitution stood for the principle that, if the civilian courts were open and functioning during wartime, trials of civilians charged with crimes of war should be tried in those courts, not in military tribunals. That was the Supreme Court’s decision in the case ofEx parte Milligan.

            The Court’s lead opinion back then said: “No doctrine, involving more pernicious consequences, was ever invented by the wit of man than that any of its provisions can be suspended during any of the great exigencies of government. Such a doctrine leads directly to anarchy or despotism, but the theory of necessity on which it is based is false.”

            Since the “war on terrorism” began after the attacks on the U.S. on September 11, 2001, the Supreme Court has not had occasion to say where individuals charged with war crimes based on terrorist acts should be tried. It has not yet had an opportunity to rule on the constitutionality of diverting some of these cases from civilian courts to the military commission system set up at Guantanamo, Cuba; no conviction in that system has yet reached the court for review.

            The Court did say, in 2004, that the government has the power to designate a terrorism suspect – citizen or foreign national – as an “enemy combatant,” and has the authority to detain that individual on that basis. And, although that designation is the government’s basis for pursuing charges against such individuals in a military commission, the Supreme Court has yet to say whether such a designation necessarily puts that individual beyond the civilian court system.

            Until the Justices do weigh in on this issue, the debate over the selection of a forum for terrorism trials is likely to continue to be buffeted about in political discourse.

            Those, like Senator Graham, who oppose civilian trials in such cases, make basically three arguments: the civilian courts give terrorism suspects more rights than they should have and that will make punishment less likely, the conduct of such trials outside of a military base will invite terrorist violence in American cities, and treating them as criminals rather than as wartime enemies diminishes or eliminates the chance to interrogate them for intelligence about terrorism operations.

            The first two of those arguments probably have been discounted, by the successful prosecution of many terrorism cases in civilian courts, and those trials have not been surrounded or disrupted by violent uprisings, inside courthouses or outside.

            That leaves the needs of intelligence argument. During the trial of bin Laden’s son-in-law, there actually was evidence that he had been questioned quite extensively by U.S. investigators after his capture overseas and before he was brought to the U.S. for prosecution.

            Senator Graham told The Times that he thought that was inadequate, commenting that he should have been questioned over “weeks and months.” A former prosecutor, interviewed by The Times, countered that it was often true that such questioning yields “a tremendous amount of credible and actionable intelligence.”

            In this debate, no one appears to be arguing that the place where a terrorism suspect is tried should depend upon whether or not that individual is a U.S. citizen. Once charged with crimes that are within the reach of a civilian court, even a foreign national would appear to be constitutionally entitled to be tried in a regular court, with all of the courtroom rights that come with such proceedings.

            In reality, that approach has produced hundreds of guilty verdicts. And, it is clear, the current government is going to continue to use that system most of the time, even as the political disagreement over its wisdom goes on.

            Lyle Denniston is the National Constitution Center’s adviser on constitutional literacy. He has reported on the Supreme Court for 55 years, currently covering it for SCOTUSblog, an online clearinghouse of information about the Supreme Court’s work.”

    • Dwendt44 June 25th, 2014 at 12:30 am

      I don’t need a photo I.D. to do most of those things.

    • wpadon June 25th, 2014 at 3:49 pm

      They caught this guy without any voter ID laws. I have to say that the laws we have are working and with Walker winning by more than 5 votes, totally unnecessary.

  9. Obewon June 25th, 2014 at 3:14 pm

    GWB’s HAVA requiring Certified birth Certificate, proof of address & signature matches before any voting obviously works 99.9999% of the time. Any voter is many-times more likely to be struck by lightning than to be impersonated by any other voter.

    Less than 100 voter fraud convictions from 2000-2008 proves why GOP Admitted their purpose is illegal voter disenfranchisement. -Top Pennsylvania Republican Admits Voter ID Helped Suppress Obama Voters -GOP Official Resigns After Saying Purpose Of Voter ID Is To Suppress Votes Of Democrats, ‘Lazy Blacks’

    Prison-time for another GOP operative. Monroe faces 13 election fraud charges. If convicted, he could spend up to 18 months in prison and pay a $10,000 fine for each charge:) He needs Fema Camp reeducation. 13 faux votes spread among many different elections never decided any victor.