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Posted on Saturday, November 20, 2010 in Mens Clothing

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One big misconception when using a Droid case is that it makes your device bulky. Who can blame them? I think this is true to a certain extent. But with the right phone case, you can minimize the bulk of your gadget. You do not want your phone to protrude from your pocket because of its bulkiness. In this modern age, it is all about being sleek and sexy.

1. Seidio Innocase II Surface Case for HTC Droid Incredible

This case which only measures 1 mm thin once again topped our list. Seidio Innocase II Surface Case is also ranked number one toughest phone case for HTC Droid Incredible. I think that explains anything that you need to know about this case. It is ultra thin and gives maximum protection to your device. The best of the best, period!

2. Premium Black Silicone Gel Skin Case Cover for HTC Droid Incredible by Lux

The Premium Black Silicone Gel Skin Case Cover is perfect for people who are on budget. It is significantly cheaper than Seidio but can perform the same protection. The silicone material serves as an anti-slip to prevent it from accidental falls. It is very easy to install and elegantly designed, ideal for everyday use.

3. Amzer Rubberized Snap-On Crystal Hard Case for HTC Droid Incredible PB31200

Sleek and sexy is what you seek; sleek and sexy is what you will find. Introducing Amzer Rubberized Snap-On Crystal Hard Case, this combines a solid plastic cover and a thin sheet of rubberized material. The two components compliment each other in a way that other cases can’t do. The solid plastic cover protects your phone against scratches, bumps, and shocks; while the rubberized material provides anti-slip that your device needs.

4. Premium Black Silicone Gel Skin Cover Case by Accessory Export, LLC

At first glance, you will think that this case is exactly the same as the number 2 ranked Premium Silicone by Lux. But they are not; they are 2 different brands of phone case. Premium Black Silicone Gel Skin Cover Case by Accessory Export, LLC is cheaper by $1.73. And as far as the reviews are concerned, it received better feedback compared to its competitor.

5. HTC Droid Incredible Back Shell Snap-On Hard Case

Rarely will you find a phone case that is clear. Generic takes us back into the past as they released this Clear Back Shell Snap-On Hard Case. Nothing gets simpler than this one. This case is made from the toughest PVC materials. It has a slim fit design and best of all; it comes with a free screen protector.

Patrick Garde is the co-founder of a blog which reviews different Droid cases, covers and skins but focusing more on Droid case.

Why did Eric Holder drop the case against the Black Panthers after they had already won?

I admit I can’t think of any reason that a prosecutor would drop a case that they had already won other than political. If there is another reason I would love to hear it.

The videos are quite clear and the voter intimidation seems obvious. How do they justify this action?

Michelle blogged about this yesterday, and the Washington Times reports today that the Department of Justice has taken the “unprecedented” step of dropping a case which they had already won by default judgment. Political appointees at Justice pressured career prosecutors into giving up on the case of voter intimidation by the New Black Panthers group in Philadelphia, who attempted to frighten voters away from the polls in the presidential election:

Justice Department political appointees overruled career lawyers and ended a civil complaint accusing three members of the New Black Panther Party for Self-Defense of wielding a nightstick and intimidating voters at a Philadelphia polling place last Election Day, according to documents and interviews.

The incident – which gained national attention when it was captured on videotape and distributed on YouTube – had prompted the government to sue the men, saying they violated the 1965 Voting Rights Act by scaring would-be voters with the weapon, racial slurs and military-style uniforms.

Career lawyers pursued the case for months, including obtaining an affidavit from a prominent 1960s civil rights activist who witnessed the confrontation and described it as “the most blatant form of voter intimidation” that he had seen, even during the voting rights crisis in Mississippi a half-century ago.

The incident was videotaped and widely distributed on YouTube at the time:

Recall, please, that Democrats screamed about the supposed politicization at Justice during Alberto Gonzales’ tenure as Attorney General for replacing political appointees who serve at the pleasure of the President. They claimed that the replacement of nine US Attorneys was a plan by the Bush administration, supposedly through Karl Rove and Harriet Miers, to affect the outcome of investigations and prosecutions. It touched off a Constitutional fight over executive privilege that continues to this day, as the House and Senate Judiciary Committees are still conducting its “investigations” into this supposed politicization.

This looks significantly more like politicization of outcomes that anything alleged during the Bush administration, especially since the DoJ already won the case. In fact, the government had prepared arguments for penalties against the men as late as May 5th, before the political commissars under Attorney General Eric Holder ordered them to withdraw. Holder, during his confirmation hearing, had called career DoJ lawyers his “teachers” and the “backbone” of Justice. Apparently, the political leadership trumps teachers and backbone when it comes to voter intimidation on behalf of Barack Obama.

So will the same Congressional committees open an investigation into this reversal to benefit voter intimidation on behalf of the administration? Will they go after actual politicization as energetically as they did implied politicization? You can ask them yourselves:

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