I chuckled at #5. If believing something you were told and later finding
out it was wrong was a crime, we'd all be in jail!! ;-)
As far as I can see you can offer no concrete proof of any of this. Don't
you think that if any of this was true - if there was even an inkling of
evidence - the Democrats would have hauled the administration through
impeachment and criminal court long ago?
The more you agonize over this stuff, the greater the political divides in
this country become. For God sake, let go and move on! I forgot Slick Willy
On Fri, Jan 16, 2009 at 5:42 PM, Bill Gilroy <email@example.com> wrote:
> Not that everyone agrees but I for one am glad to see an administration who
> believes they are above the law leave the White House:
> 1. illegal wiretapping
> 2. torture
> 3. Justice department using their powers to persecute Democratic
> politicians. People being fired to be replace by other party friendly
> 4. Hiring people for the no bid contract in Iraq and firing people who
> asked questions about the contractors performance.
> 5. Either mis-leading the nation to war or believing intelligence that
> was wrong. There had to be people who questioned the quality of the data.
> 6. Running a war without a way to pay for that war. There should have
> been taxes on investments, savings, and payrolls to pay the cost of the
> war. Anything less is a chicken shit move.
> 7. And my favorite, people ignoring Congressional subpoenas. If I
> tried that I am pretty sure I would be in jail. Nice that we have justice
> for some.
> Just off the top of my head. Seems like good list of things that are
> On Fri, Jan 16, 2009 at 9:25 AM, Jim Johnson <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> On Fri, Jan 16, 2009 at 9:31 AM, Larry Daniels <email@example.com
>> > Does anyone know when the nation's "good riddance" speech to Bush is
>> > scheduled
>> > to air?
>> It may come as a terrible shock, but not everyone agrees with you......
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