Sunday, January 21, 2007

State of Union Rally Poster Free Ramos and Compean

250,000 have already signed petitions to pardon ramos and compean...

Sunday Lou Dobb

Jeffrey Toobin: pardon office will only entertain pardon five years after sentence, but preisent Bush is well within his poer to pardon them.

Dobbs weekend programming

Three Congressman, Many Other Legal Experts Decry The Severe Sentencing Of Border Patrol Agents For Wounding A Mexican Drug Smuggler, China Tests Anti-Satellite Missile Aired January 20, 2007

New Developments In Case Of Two Imprisoned Former U.S. Border Patrol Agents; New Indications That Border Fence Project Is Losing Support;

Ginkgo Biloba Memory Aid for George Bush
At the outset let me suggest a brand of Ginkgo Biloba be created especially for legislators, public elected officials, and presidents, you get the idea. The brand name could be along the lines of whatever the official promised, but has yet to deliver, if ever delivered.

There could be a string of names for promises of George W. Bush. The most recent promise is one concerning the families of border patrol agents, Ignacio Ramos and Jose Alonso Compean.

The men were convicted last March in federal court by a jury and sentenced to 11 and 12 years imprisonment.

The public, families, United States legislators numbering over fifty, net petition signers have clamored for a pardon of the men since their conviction. World Net Daily's Joseph Farah wrote a scathing article after Tony Snow appeared to publicly defend the Justice Department's prosecution of the border patrol agents and said law enforcement agents must obey the law, too.

January 17, 2007 "Presidents Must Obey Law Too"

Rallies across the country and petition signing has galvanized hundreds of thousands of people. is working with key lawmakers calling on the President to pardon the agents. To date we have delivered more than 225,000 petitions to the White House and key government offices. In addition to signing our petitions below, we are urging team members to Fax personalized letters to key lawmakers in this debate.

The day the men showed up to begin their sentences, Angry Republican congressman calls President Bush 'disgrace' Posted: January 17, 2007 By Art Moore

Remember, after you've taken your dose of Ginkgo Biloba, a couple of days ago - Friday - we posted the Myth of Border Agents Presidential Pardon?

We analyzed how the (El Paso, Texas-based) KFOX-TV headline for Thursday, January 18, 2007, Bush: Convicted Border Agents Could Be Pardoned was inaccurate?

We reviewed the actual videotape posted to KFOX-TV's site

We showed by the actual videotape nowhere in the piece does George Bush (GB) say he is considering a pardon for two border patrol agents.

Well now is a good time to take the GB if you haven't cause you'll need it to deal with the follow-up news highlights we posted about George Bush (GB) the following day, Saturday, in our piece, Congress Bill Seeks Amnesty for Border Agents.

We deliberately didn't headline our piece about George Bush's reported proposed offer to call the families because frankly we can't find the original source. All we've found is the Carter piece, but that doesn't say how the staff writer obtained the information.

Bush to talk to border agents' families
Convicted border guards hoping for pardon in shooting
By Sara A. Carter, Staff Writer
Article Launched: 01/20/2007 12:00:00 AM PST

President Bush is expected to reach out to the families of two Texas Border Patrol agents convicted of shooting a Mexican drug smuggler.

White House staff contacted former agent Ignacio Ramos' family early Friday, assuring them the president would call them soon, said Monica Ramos, the agent's wife...

find story posted at

That's all we've found.

We'd love to hear directly from the Ramos family about exactly what they were told about a potential promised call to them by the President of the United States himself.

We will not forget.

Since we've taken our GB and our Omega-3 Fish Oil we are also thinking - why doesn't George Bush talk directly to the two convicted border patrol agents and directly get their side of their own story about what actually happened?

Site goes over in detail The Ramos-Compean Affair: What really happened. By Joe Loya

Why review a trail of court documentation that is thousands of pages long when you could spend about ten minutes with Ignacio Ramos and Jose Alonso Compean and ask them a mere handful of questions about what they actually did.

For instance. Did the men pick up spent shells, or did they only partially pick up spent shells? Were the men required to pick up all spent shells or only a sampling of spent shells? Did the men pick up all the spent shell, or any of the shells to cover their actions?

The Justice Department's case seemed to revolve around those shells.

Read carefully the one-sided interview Corsi had with Johnny Sutton.

Meet man who prosecuted jailed Border Patrol agents
'Reasonable people can argue about punishment, whether [it] was too harsh'
Posted: January 20, 2007

We're also wondering whether all of this speculation about a pardon from President Bush at this time isn't just so President George W. Bush can have an uneventful presentation of his State of the Union Address scheduled for Tuesday.

Don't make any waves, supporters, before or during the President's State of the Union, or well, the President may not have any reason to review and pardon.

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