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    Default Sheriff Joe Surprised to Learn He Confessed to Crime

    Sheriff Joe was surprised to learn that his accepting a presidential pardon is a prima facie confession of guilt,
    so says the Supreme Court. Thus, he's unfit to serve the public in any way whatsoever, including dog catcher.

    Now, I'll wager that all the Sheriff Joetards here will deny the Court's ruling, the same tards who in other threads
    praise the Supreme Court as the highest law in the land. I'll just sit here and wait for the tards to start tarding.



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    http://www.msnbc.com/the-beat-with-a...-1135157315748

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    https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/...sion-of-guilt/

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    Quote Originally Posted by GravyBoat View Post
    Sheriff Joe was surprised to learn that his accepting a presidential pardon is a prima facie confession of guilt,
    so says the Supreme Court. Thus, he's unfit to serve the public in any way whatsoever, including dog catcher.

    Now, I'll wager that all the Sheriff Joetards here will deny the Court's ruling, the same tards who in other threads
    praise the Supreme Court as the highest law in the land. I'll just sit here and wait for the tards to start tarding.



    VIDEO:

    http://www.msnbc.com/the-beat-with-a...-1135157315748

    LEGAL CITATIONS:

    https://www.law.com/njlawjournal/almID/1202796636296

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/...sion-of-guilt/
    Sorry. Dems already played this card refusing to get rid of convicted people. Didn't happen. Guess it's "different" now? I could care less. I'd just as soon Arpaio not run, but I also don't want to see him screwed by the left.
    GET OFF MY LAWN

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gunny View Post
    Sorry. Dems already played this card refusing to get rid of convicted people. Didn't happen. Guess it's "different" now? I could care less. I'd just as soon Arpaio not run, but I also don't want to see him screwed by the left.
    He screwed himself

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    Quote Originally Posted by pete311 View Post
    He screwed himself
    Not from where I'm sitting. I don't want Arpaio running for quite a few reasons previously listed. Getting screwed in the butt by a leftwingnut judge out to convict him of anything he could desperately grasp is NOT one of those reasons.
    GET OFF MY LAWN

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    Is it just me, or is their a double standard here.

    If this denies Arpio, doesn't it stop Manning?
    A man reaches a certain age where he doesn't want any drama.
    He doesn't want to fight with anyone, but if he's forced to he will NOT fight fair, he will NOT quit and there are NO weapons he will not use

    Best to leave him alone with his coffee, bourbon and cigars. Don't poke the old men, they WILL hurt you.

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