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    .What a Wife! What a Life! It's Tex-Ass baby Tex-Ass!!!

    Texas Actress Accused Of Sending
    Ricin-Tainted Letters To Obama Charged With Mailing Threat

    .I read this story on Bloomberg Press where this married actress sent a letter to the FBI reporting that her husband had sent some letters tainted with Ricin to President Obama and Mayor Bloomberg.

    Well, I guess that's plenty to put him behind bars. But it raises some very interesting issues.

    How'd you like to be married to that lady? Was she acting in the best interests of her country? Did that make her a super patriot? Or a super bitch?

    I think it's a pretty close call.

    So, how'd you like to be married to her? I mean ... how do those marriage vows go again?

    I take you to be my husband/wife. I promise to be true to you in good times and in bad, in sickness and in health. I will love you and honor you all the days of my life. In the USA, Catholic wedding vows may also take the following form:

    If she was my wife, I would just be fucking devestated. I would not know what to do. Should I have taken a shotgun and blown off her fucking head or should I have saluted her as a super patriot. Maybe she saved O'Blama's life? Or maybe she got a whole lot of free publicity for her acting career out of this?

    What do you think?

    For one thing, she is married to the guy so if she knew about these letters before he mailed them, she could have taken him aside and said, "Listen honey. I thinks you be making a big mistake here and I'd like to be talking to you about this here idea. Maybe we could find some other way to express our displeasure with this goof? Maybe we could just write him an ordinary letter calling him some names? Or something like that? Something that would not get our asses thrown in jail?"

    If she did not know about them until after he mailed them, she still could have gone to see him and told him that she thought this was a real big mistake and maybe they could talk things over before the Secret Service cops showed up at their door. Like maybe they could go and see a lawyer and find out just what was probably gonna happen. And maybe they could find out which countries did not extradite to America. That would be real good for him to know cuz he could then flee to one of those countries and maybe avoid getting extradited and thrown into prison for life. Or at least he could delay that for a while.

    The point is that there were several options open to her instead of just writing the FBI and telling them that hubby was some kind of Presidential assassin.

    Wouldn't that be better than just causing his ass to be thrown into prison?
    (This post was last modified: 06-08-2013, 12:18 PM by AliShibaz.)
    what you mean super patriot?If I say what I want to say I prob.get droned

    this post is now stashed at N.S.A.stash quarters in Utah,for future references
    (06-08-2013, 08:45 AM)srijantje Wrote:  what you mean super patriot?If I say what I want to say I prob.get droned

    this post is now stashed at N.S.A.stash quarters in Utah,for future references

    This post? What post? My post? You are scaring me here!

    I am very scared now. I don't wants to go to prison. I didn't do anything bad. I don't deserve to go to prison.

    (This post was last modified: 06-08-2013, 08:58 AM by AliShibaz.)
    The thing is, it looks as though she probably mailed them herself and then told the FBI that her husband did it, to get him arrested.

    The article also states-

    'Ricin has been sent to officials sporadically over the years, but experts say that there seems to be a recent uptick and that copycat attacks — made possible by the relative ease of extracting the poison — may be the reason.'

    Thank 'Breaking Bad' for that. Big Grin

    that those with no rights,
    display the right to have no life, to have respect they must accept
    a world commiting suicide
    Oh my! That is very clever of you. I never thought of that.

    If it turns out to be true, wouldn't that be something?
    The woman created and mailed the ricin letters herself, then reported her estranged husband to the police, in order to get him into serious trouble.
    She has now been arrested.

    Read more here:
    FBI: Wife tried to frame husband for ricin letters
    Texas woman who told FBI her husband sent ricin-tainted letters is arrested

    Never underestimate the power of human stupidity.
    - Robert A. Heinlein
    Heh Heh.

    I thought SkinnyP was just predicting that would happen. I had no idea that it had already really happened.

    Wow! Women can be just as dangerous as men. What an incredible story.
    Texas...Why does this not surprise me...I know they are not all crazy down there as a family we met in Disneyworld was from there and they were as nice as can be.

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