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Old 07-11-2005, 11:36 PM   #46
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Was he the leaker? Will he get in trouble?
this sack of shit, rove knew what he did in 2003

and the president recently promoted him


they say a fish rots from the head down

who can deny that

this administration is corrupt
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Old 07-12-2005, 05:49 AM   #47
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Unless you consider the MoveOn.org crowd who were circulating a petition following 9/11 not to go after the Taliban and that whole gang to be what the Democrats are then that is wrong.There are a number of conservative democrats as well as liberal Republicans, that dichotomy simply was not used here. He is talking about leftists, in a speech to a conservative group. He is not goint after all Democrats, just the blanket 'liberals' who are the generic group of leftists that attract the ire of the right. I do not think that the Democrat's are really a reflection of the likes of Michael Moore or Noam Chomsky, I think that there is a distinction.
That first sentence is a totally lie, often repeated by right winger hacks. Move-on did no such thing. They never even got involved until the run up to the Iraq war.
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What Pax said. I wrote a response yesterday but ended up erasing it.

But we also have to remember he's an outsider looking in, that can often cloud, and rhetoric is sometimes all he may have to follow.
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Old 07-12-2005, 09:01 AM   #49
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Interesting insight from Mark Kleiman today:

"Lying to a federal official about an official matter is a
felony. So if Rove lied to the President, he's in trouble. And
if he told the President the truth and the President lied to
the investigators, then the President is in trouble. Either
way, the President could find himself in court."



http://WWW.markarkleiman.com/archive...rge_w_bush.php
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Will that be on Court TV? *rubs hands together in glee*

Interesting article, thanks.. But that will never happen. If it comes to that, Rove will resign in a heartbeat, I can't believe he'd ever let Bush be incriminated. I think he'd lie to prevent that. And it just seems like they will let the whole matter die down and it will just go away-the mainstream media doesn't seem to be paying all that much attention to it.
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Will that be on Court TV? *rubs hands together in glee*

Interesting article, thanks.. But that will never happen. If it comes to that, Rove will resign in a heartbeat, I can't believe he'd ever let Bush be incriminated. I think he'd lie to prevent that. And it just seems like they will let the whole matter die down and it will just go away-the mainstream media doesn't seem to be paying all that much attention to it.
Agreed, MrsSpringsteen. Rove will take the fall if an investigation of him continues, but they (Rove's legal team) will string it out as much as possible near to the end of the second term, then Bush will give him a pardon.
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