Dennis Burke: AZ U.S. Attorney’s office “open for (special) business”

The daily reports that the state’s U.S. Attorney Dennis Burke has turned his attention to a pressing problem not normally the purview of his office.

Burke is expanding the office to maximize prosecution of hate crimes — specifically extending protections to those in the “gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgendered community.” Burke is traveling the state holding forums to inform these communities of his efforts on their behalf.

But never fear, his message is not limited to homosexuals. The U.S. Attorney’s Office has also held meetings with members of Phoenix’s Black and Muslim communities, and has more meetings planned with Latino groups and others around the state.

There is a pervasive separatist mentality which has reached epidemic proportions as hate-crime laws have become a new industry by extending special protected status to specific victims with enchanced penalties to perpetrators.

Too many Americans have stood by as passive observers as victimization has reached cult-like eminence, fearful of such incendiary labels as “homophobe” or “bigot” being hurled in their direction. Since any crime of violence is a hate crime, the idea of government sanctioning of such extraordinary protections, conferring a position of special victimhood, should be abhorrent to us all.

Dennis Burke is a well-tutored student of the radically liberal Janet Napolitano —  using his office to give legal aid and comfort to the unrestrained victimization mindset — and all at taxpayer expense.

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7 Responses to Dennis Burke: AZ U.S. Attorney’s office “open for (special) business”

  1. MacBeth says:

    This victimization issue is one that has long bothered me. Thanks for addressing the fact that we taxpayers are paying for this liberal bunk! I am tired of annointing minorities with more rights than the rest of us have based on the pigment of their skin, gender or who they choose to sleep with. For government to engage in this is a mammoth overreach.

  2. Capitol Watcher says:

    Does Dennis Burke still live with his mother? That gives him a special type of minority status, too.

  3. Justin says:

    What are the actual duties of the US Attorney? I doubt this garbage fits Burke’s job description. He was appointed by Obama, so what do we expect?

    • Doc says:

      And HEY! Let’s not forget who his boss is…mister eric “Constitution?!?! We don’ need no steenkin’ CONSTITUTION, MANG!” holder!!! Escorted into power by our very own, ?senators? kyl & mccain!!! WWhhooo hhooo!!! Yippie!!! gag…

  4. angee says:

    I sure do hope he will investigate the Aztlan, Raza,
    MEChA, MALDEF, and Puente organizations among many of
    the Hispanics. If you google ‘El Movimiento de Aztlan’
    and the Philosophy of MECha along with La Raza you will
    be shocked at all the hatred being spewed by them against the White Citizens. I have never heard such hatred as the one they express in their quest for victimhood.

  5. kozanne says:

    And the money quote is “There is a pervasive separatist mentality which has reached epidemic proportions as hate-crime laws have become a new industry by extending special protected status to specific victims with enchanced penalties to perpetrators.”

    Dennis Burke no more cares about hate crimes than I do. It’s about money and power.

    We Arizonans have to stand up to this crap.

  6. Capt. Marvel says:

    Burke ensured his appointment with a nice $2000 contribution to Obama’s election campaign. As Napolitano’s former chief of staff, she probably advisd that this dough would help him.
    If you can handle it without gagging, read all about him here:
    http://www.mainjustice.com/2009/07/29/dennis-burke-district-of-arizona/