Friday, December 30, 2011

The Federal Government's Spineless Morality on Tribal Sovereignty.

The Obama Administration's Bureau of Indian Affairs seems to suffer from "spineless morality".   They turn a blind eye to civil rights violations by native American tribes at every opportunity.   

They are okay with tribes cutting 25% of their membership, but are going bullistic over perceived civil rights violations such as requiring ID to vote ( a 15th amendment right), while having no problems requiring ID to purchase weapons (a second amendment right).

The spinlessless call on "sovereignty rights" to allow tribes to violate 1st, 14th, 15th and ex post facto laws.

As Abraham Lincoln said:  "No one has the right to choose to do what is wrong!"    Yet our BIA, our representatives and our executive branch are allowing just that.    When is it WRONG?


Anonymous said...

Crime is contagious

IF the government becomes a lawbreaker,it breeds contempt for the law;it invites every man to become a law unto himself;it invites anarchy.

Anonymous said...


If airplanes were a$$holes, this prevert would be an airport.

flippin freak!!

maccarro's goat smellin a$$ buddie.

Anonymous said...

Lawless laws are created by criminals; i.e. "Internal Matter."

One of the most vile 'favor' via political cover was Negger's commuting nunez's son.

"That's was friends are for."

What does that say about Nunez? Punk would feel differently if his own son were murdered.

Anonymous said...

Once upon a time there was a young barron caught up in a serious PERILOUS intrigue which lead to an encounter with a Pechangan princess out of Temecula, California which became an international question.

There was a *very rare exception to spineless morality then which lifted up the nation and it's people, but indians were not ready
to restore to their former way at that time.

Might any have been aware of a very rare event which is still fresh in the memory of some?
For a very brief time, not long ago a Pechangan Chief married his daughter to a caller never knowing of the suitors identity until later. The young man from a family possessing who's family motto reads:Nihil Sine Deo = Nothing Without God
Awaken Pechanga!
Visitors come & go and yet more
modern indians today are aloof and disinterested in their own honor standards.
in honor.
One day we may hear aboat this story of a very rare union between an American Pechangan Indian with
a Hohenzollern, crown prince of Germany.

Any assault on a Royal is an
international question.