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How Come Yet Another Obama Supporter In Office Is Going To Prison?

Jury Convicts Ex-Detroit Mayor of Corruption
Former Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick was convicted Monday of corruption charges, ensuring a return to prison for a man once among the nation’s youngest big-city leaders.
Jurors convicted Kilpatrick of a raft of crimes, including a racketeering conspiracy charge. He was portrayed during a five-month trial as an unscrupulous politician who took bribes, rigged contracts and lived far beyond his means while in office until fall 2008.http://abcnews.go.com/US/wireStory/verdi…
First loud mouthed Blabovich in Chicago, now this moron, and the next in line is the bald headed fool in New Orleans, the chocolate city idiot, Ray Nagin, all Democrats
Now can we use the liberal type polls, two out of three were black so therefore, the overwhelming majority of corruption in the government is caused by blacks, how is that for a liberal type poll.

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  • mopar Mike says:

    Oh come one now ! Democrats and liberals rarely get in legal hot water. That is. Not counting these ones below. – An independent counsel who investigated possible tax violations by former Housing and Urban Development Secretary Henry Cisneros charged that the Clinton administration thwarted his efforts to get to the truth. – U.S. Rep. William Jefferson (D-La.) is under criminal investigation by the U.S. Justice Department for possible bribery in exchange for promoting business deals in Africa – Federal prosecutors alleged in court documents that Ernest Newton, a former state Democrat Connecticut senator worked with a reputed mobster and his associate to try to stop police raids on businesses and advance their business interests – Clarence Norman Jr., the longtime powerbroker of Brooklyn NY Democrats was found guilty of intentionally soliciting illegal campaign contributions. – A top aide to Jim Black, the Democratic speaker of the state Legislature of North Carolina, resigned amid reports he had received payments from a company hoping for the lottery contract. The .State Board of Elections is investigating Black’s campaign finances. The investigation comes after the group Democracy North Carolina said it found evidence that video-poker operators were funneling money through unsuspecting donors to Black’s campaign. – West Virginia.Logan County Clerk Glen Dale “Hound Dog” Adkins admitted to selling his vote for $500 in the 1996 Democratic Party primary, while Perry French Harvey Jr. pleaded guilty to conspiring to bribe voters in last year’s Democratic contest – Former Democrat Gov. Donald Siegelman of Alabama was charged in a “widespread racketeering conspiracy” that includes accusations he took a bribe from former hospital executive Richard Scrushy for a key state appointment. – Frank Ballance – a former Democrat Rep. from North Carolina was sentenced to four years in federal prison for conspiring to divert taxpayer money to his law firm and family through a charitable organization he helped start. Ballance, was a state senator before being elected to Congress in 2002, also agreed to repay $61,917 and to forfeit $203,000 in a bank escrow account in the name of the John A. Hyman Memorial Foundation. – Five Democratic activists in Wisconsin accused of slashing the tires of vans rented by Republicans on Election Day 2004 are currently on trial – Chuck Chvala, a Former Democrat Wisconsin Senate Majority Leader was sentenced to nine months in jail for felony misconduct in office and illegally funneling campaign contributions. Chvala had reached a plea deal with prosecutors earlier this year, admitting to charges that he directed a state employee to run a political campaign and used an independent expenditure group to funnel campaign contributions to a fellow Democrat. – Brett Pfeffer, a former legislative director to Rep. William Jefferson, D-La., pleaded guilty to aiding and abetting bribery of a public official and conspiracy. – Raymond Reggie, a New Orleans political Democratic consultant and fund-raiser who is Senator Kennedy’s brother-in-law was sentenced to a year in prison yesterday after pleading guilty to bank fraud charges.

    April 12, 2013 at 12:33 pm
  • Charles U. Farley says:

    A better question is why aren’t more Republicans going to prison, Dumbya, Darth, Walker, etc.

    April 12, 2013 at 7:14 pm
  • Jim B says:

    You have not seen anything yet there is more to come.

    April 12, 2013 at 9:20 pm
  • Alan Turding says:

    Because that’s where they all belong.

    April 12, 2013 at 11:24 pm
  • R0tty says:

    Got his hand caught in the cookie jar :(

    April 13, 2013 at 5:20 am
  • Arsalan says:

    well he was careless and got caught red handed

    April 13, 2013 at 6:12 am
  • justagra says:

    Of course no Republican ever gets convicted of anything, at least not without getting a job at FOX later on, or just declaring he’s been saved and will run again on the ‘forgiveness’ platform.

    April 13, 2013 at 7:02 am

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