Thats right. And Huckabee interfered with that process. Second time I've had to point this out to you.The entire justice system situation began upon the point where this individual broke a law. That's when the justice system begins.
You want to claim that but the court and jury gave him that sentence. You want to excuse Huckabee for interfering with that sentence. I don't give him that luxury.Had the sentence that was given to him not been exceedingly and grossly larger than it should have been then who knows what would've happened in regards to the commutation.
Yet you don't want to acknowledge that.
If you are going to lie about my statements, show me anywhere where I said what Huckabee did was illegal.You want to say that Huckabee overturned a "lawful punishment" while ignoring the fact that what Huckabee did was ALSO lawful.
Again, please stop lying about what I said. I never said what he did was illegal.Why was one lawful, but possibly negligent thing (a grossly over the top jail sentence), something you'll happily ignore, forgive, and not even mention but another lawful but possibly negligent thing (commuting his sentence), something you want to crucify a man for?
Not once. I said he interfered with the process and thats exactly what he did.
And you excuse his interference into the decision because you like him.That's the focus YOU want because it fits your little hatchet job against a politician you don't like because you don't view him as "conservative enough" (which is funny, cause others are going at him because he's a "extreme right winger").
Pot meet kettle.
I'll say it again real slow. It started with him because he commuted a lawful sentence.You're right, the commutation was done by Huckabee, that falls on him.
That doesn't mean the entire justice cycle started with him, nor does that place the blame squarely on his shoulders by any stretch.
He was under NO obligation to do so. That is why it started with him.
Do you really believe the probation board didn't take his commuting of the sentence into account when they let him out? Are you really that naive?
Anyone who voted for it.If a horrible, crippling, just constitution trashing bill just got passed who would you blame? The President for signing it into law? The congress for voting it forward? The Committe for voting it to the floor? The person that sponsored it? The firm that lobbied and wrote it? All of the above?
Starting with the person who proposed it in the first place.
And no I wouldn't blame his mother or the paper he used to write it on
Wrong again.I'm going to guess you'd place the blame all of the above despite the fact it "started" at the lobbying firm.
Thats right but it wouldn't start with the lobby firm. It would start with the first representative or Senator who introduced the bill in the first place.I'm sure you wouldn't be giving Obama and Pelosi a pass because sure, they were wrong for passing it on, but if it wasn't there in the first place it wouldn't have happened.
Way to get as far offtopic as possible.
I said it started with him and that is a fact. He decided to interfere legal or not in the sentence because he liked the fact this guy claimed he was born again which was obviously a lie.Yet here you want to essentially ignore EVERYONE else in line, even the criminal it seems, to squarely and largely place it singularly on Huckabee's shoulders.
You just can't grasp the fact that commuting the sentence got the ball rolling for his entire treatment and how he got out in Arkansas because you're too busy feeling sorry for him.
I'm sure Dukakis loved you as well.
It started with the Criminal doing a crime.
Wrong again. The subject is how he got out, not the crime he did.
He was the FIRST. That is why the blame begins with him.Huckabee was one person in a long line of people that made a bad decision which led to this person having the oppertunity to do his latest crime.
Now please stop lying about what I have said and actually read my replies without putting your own spin on them.