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7.13.2011

Another Disturbing Cover From "The Texas Prosecutor"



Because it is another "look at me" article bragging about a conviction with little evidence to support it. Check out the sub-headline. (My last complaint with the taxpayer assisted publication is here.)

15 comments:

Anonymous said...

If that publication is taxpayer-assisted, then everyone should be able to subscribe, right?

Anonymous said...

Your entire blog is a look-at-me bit of indulgence. Glass houses, dude.

Sammy B. Laden said...

Don't forget Allah.

Allahu Akbar!

Anonymous said...

Can I order a sign that says " Council Against God and Man" for the front of Runaway Bay's City Hall.....that group is wheels off!

Anonymous said...

9:45 - not the same thing at all.
Envious, much?

Anonymous said...

Scary.

Anonymous said...

Our money, that we the taxpayers spend, has "In God We Trust" printed on it...why do you have such a problem? If you don't believe in God, just say so, I would have more respect for you...

Anonymous said...

No you can't 10:42, that title belongs to Rhome!

Anonymous said...

If a person can't stand anything referencing God, etc. why do they spend, earn money that has God referenced on it?

Would they be considered a hypocrit for doing so?

Anonymous said...

Have you looked lately at your "Voice for the Defense" ... a magazine funded through the same source as the one you are complaining about. Hey, lawyers brag about their victories. I remember a "shout out" you did recently on a not guilty you got in a DWI case. I agree with the person who mentioned glass houses.

Anonymous said...

I here Barry's nick name in high school was Preacher....just sayin..

Anonymous said...

You guys are seriously missing the point.
Calm down with the religious references. Jesus!

Anonymous said...

Preacher? I thought it was Party Animal.

Anonymous said...

When folks refer to God, whose God is it? Most all religions have a "god" and they may or may not be referring to yours. Money spends based upon the "full faith and credit" of the issuer. We'll see what ours is worth when the jerks in D.C. get done posturing over debit limits.

Anonymous said...

Thank God we don't have some crazy religious/morality based legal system like Sharia Law.