The best laid plans of …. never mind.
Dancing on the head of a pin
Sure… come stay in one of our lovely prisons
If you’re cutting yourself up you have deeper issues
Unequal enforcement of the law is no better here than with “hate crimes”
This is not a joke. Or if it is, it’s a really bad one
A separate crime, and a bad one
Seriously, not literally.
“We need a lawful system of immigration.”
Wonders never cease
No, but we may be picking the wrong case to argue
Isn’t this Rahm Emanuel’s problem?
Throw away the key
Not exactly, but there are some cracks in the wall
Takin’ it from the street
All is forgiven, my children
Somebody picked the wrong house to rob
“This is going to affect him for probably the rest of his life.”
Wrong kind of offensive line
Ho ho homicide
“Obama has used commutations to grant second chances to people convicted of drug crimes in an era of harsher sentencing laws.”
Leniency is not always the answer
“If tonight’s incident has done anything, it has only served to strengthen my—and our family’s—resolve.”
Who could have seen this coming?
Who could have possibly predicted this?
Funny how these things work out
Good Samaritans hand out more than food
Hard to stop the killing rate without catching the killers
An attack on the fabric of society
She’s having a fresh look at those immigration policies
Call us when you get out
It’s not Attack of the Killer Clowns yet, but it’s not that far off either
Another talking point bites the dust
“They still stop, they will frisk, and they will take the gun away…”
“We did it in New York, it worked incredibly well.”
It’s probably a good start, but sheer numbers don’t relieve the underlying problem
“…he can still be a victim of a crime, and he was in this case.”
The police survived, but the shooter has shifted to a more horizontal attitude
This is the new version of the big, RICO mob trials of the seventies
Doesn’t sound particularly harsh for trying to murder a presidential candidate
Is this entertainment, infotainment or a social media lynch mob?
“I often had to wake him up in the hotel in the mornings and he would try to pull me into bed.”