Here at THE CONTEMPLATIVE THINKER, on a behind the scenes look we have two or three different story lines that no matter the day, week, year or otherwise ostensibly get more attention, and subsequently read more than almost every other bit of writing we publish. Interested to know what titles? Okay, okay! Perhaps the most sought after single title are so close that we mentioned are two or three; nevertheless, here are those titles: Is it sin? Can Christians do Yoga? Enduring questions for Illegal’s; Analysis of the First Amendment .

Although these articles are not for academic publication, nor are they ready even for prime time; nonetheless, they are the most sought after and read. Which brings us up to date…today. Today’s writing is one of those attempts at “if you are still contemplating on who to vote for and need just a little push” then this is the one for you.

This particular article negotiates decision-making capabilities from one extreme to the other. Furthermore, it is not only why we won’t vote for someone, but also why we are voting  for the other.  Please understand that anytime one takes political decision-making into their own hands either by executive order, Memorandum for Action, or such as a policy memo, memorandum of understandingmemorandum of agreement, or memorandum of association is definitely going to have both unintended consequences and problems. The following two stories are about this very notion.

A Haitian immigrant, freed after the Obama Administration halted deportations to his native country, went on to kill three people before shooting himself, police say.

Twice convicted felon, Kesler Dufrene, of Manatee County, Florida, was due to be deported after a five-year jail term ended in October 2010. But deportations to Haiti were temporarily halted after the country was rocked by a devastating earthquake in January that year.

Two months after his release, Dufrene, 23, went on to slaughter three people including 15-year-old Ashley Chow, in North Miami, according to police. Ashley, a High School student who dreamed of becoming a lawyer, lived in the house in the 400 block of Northwest 134th Street, along with other victims Harlen Peralta, 25, and her boyfriend, Israel Rincon, 35. After worried relatives called police on January 2, 2011, officers burst into the house to discover all three had been shot dead.

DNA found on a rifle left inside the house and mobile phone tracking technology linked Dufrene to the murders. But before detectives could interrogate the drifter, Dufrene shot and killed himself during an unrelated burglary and shooting, 18 days after the murders.

The victims reportedly did not know Dufrene. Their families are now angry over the halted deportation and want answers into the as yet unsolved murders.

In an amazing U.S. Supreme Court ruling quite the opposite is happening…

Arizona Rancher, Roger Barnett, had been stuck in a vicious legal battle from 2004 to 2011. Many illegal immigrants were trespassing his property, so Barnett posted the appropriate signs, even engaged in dialog with the illegals around the cold water bucket he maintained for the illegals, yet after reckless disregard and by sheer numbers, he held a group of 26 of them at gun point.

According to the Mexican American Legal Defense Fund (MALDEF), the illegal immigrants’ rights were being infringed upon. Their case: Barnett did not feel threatened by the illegal immigrants and therefore he could not have been acting in self-defense. A nearby rancher was murdered by illegal immigrants in 2009.

First of all, if you have a gun you wouldn’t feel threatened. Secondly, it is his property. You give up your rights once you trespass someone’s property without permission — let alone coming crossing the border.

He was ordered to pay $80,000 because three of the illegal immigrants had Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. Ummm?

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