Andy Ramirez on the Issues
Andy Ramirez, Advocate
Welcome to Andy Ramirez' official website and our issues section. The issue addressed here is the Department of In-Justice.
Department of In-Justice: Johnny Sutton, the Mike Nifong of the feds, is no longer serving as U.S. Attorney. Therefore he is no longer failing to both properly manage his district’s subordinates as well as failing to prosecute bad guys to the fullest extent of the law. Accordingly, we need to today what we've needed since 2004 and that is an independent prosecutor to review the DOJ from top to bottom and start asking why the House of Death (Sutton’s biggest failure) was allowed to happen as well as the cover-up and obstruction of justice. Then we need to begin prosecuting those responsible for breaking the law, and not just in this case but also in every instance where U.S. Attorneys under Attorneys General Ashcroft and Gonzales where allowed to prosecute innocent law enforcement personnel (for starters). Why were criminal illegal alien dopers, human traffickers, and murderers protected, and allowed to perjure themselves, withhold info, while law enforcement officers were served up as scalps every time foreign governments like Mexico and Red China filed a protest?
Concurrently, we must address the so-called “War on Drugs”. Although, I have to ask, what war on drugs? We fail to prosecute dopers for years, and then have the audacity to declare ourselves engaged in a war on drugs. It’s pretty obvious that if we’re going to go after a kid in school with a miniscule amount of dope, then we more importantly need to go after the dopers producing and trafficking this poison across our borders. Then there is the joke of trying to gain the trust of "informants" only to toss them to the wolves when we have no further use of them. I'll tell you why we're trying to deport snitches like "Lalo" because it's what they know and can identify. The powers that be cannot have such individuals available to become a witness in a government case. That's why we need an independent special prosecutor so we can get to the bottom of things and see that justice is finally served.
I can’t help but think about the almost laughable position of “drug czar”, which is as patently absurd as “border czar.” I could have sworn I understood that the DEA Administrator is responsible for drugs while the CBP Commissioner is responsible for our borders. Believe me when I tell you, we just can’t make this crap up.
We start here and clean house, no matter how high it goes, and because we have multiple departments and agencies involved, it will not be a simple investigation. Then we prosecute those involved for the crimes that have been committed to the full extent of the law. That’s how we clean house and earn our fellow American voters’ trust back.
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