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  •  What it your read on the MSM in regard (none)
    to this issue as opposed to the earlier issues? This one seems to be getting more coverage, but I may be wrong about that.
    •  DeLay is getting (none)
      more coverage... and Abramoff... money seems to be a safe subject to air publicly... but Bush? Let's wait and see. And whatever did happen to the Plame investigation? That was a serious question. It was supposed to be near breaking back at election time.

      "We have the power. Sorry if you don't like the fact that we've decided to use it." Posted by Jeremey*in*MS at February 3, 2005 01:59 PM

      by Andrew C White on Fri May 06, 2005 at 12:14:37 PM PDT

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      •  Plame as a single case is nothing compared (none)
        • clearcut evidence of illegal vote fraud and voter disenfranchisement in 2000 election, at least;

        • clearcut evidence of gross negligence/dereliction, at the least, and complicity at the worst, in the sequence of events that led to 911 attacks;

        • Carelessness/dereliction at the least, and outright deliberate fabrication and premeditated lying at the worst, to American people, Congress and other governments to justify attacking another country that resulted in  killing 100K's of non-combatants,10K's of combatants;

        • Hard evidence of a systematic and covert US torture policy ordered from the top, in contravention of international military and human rights treaties;

        • widespread cronyism, fraud, and profiteering and embezzlement by private contractors and Bush regime insiders and business interests  in connection with  Bushco-Neocon misadventures.

        No. I don't think Bush has anything to worry about over the latest outrage.
      •  I agree. We'll see what happens (none)
        with the Bush angle. Too early to celebrate just yet.

        Of course, with Plame, there doesn't seem to be anybody on the inside willing to talk. With Abramhoff, it seems someone or someones, perhaps even Abramoff himself, are willing to talk. But again, we'll have to wait and see.

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