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  •  Moreso now (4+ / 0-)

    In his previous position, not really.  As a private citizen, he has fewer bounds on what he can't say.

    For this reason, whilst employed I can tell you that my previous employer wasn't quite to my liking.  Post that, I can tell you they were a bunch of lying thieves in very specific terms if you'd like.

    If there's smoke, he can still be called before Congress, yes?  So I see no real difference here.

    (-6.25, -6.77) Moderate left, moderate libertarian

    by Lonely Liberal in PA on Fri Nov 09, 2012 at 02:37:56 PM PST

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    •  But how soon (2+ / 0-)
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      will the conservatives be willing to prosecute one of their own?

      Oh, I almost forgot... anything to disgrace the president... yes?

      Who will chair the house committee on this interrogation?

      •  Yeah, (0+ / 0-)

        just like they did with the Iran Contra hearings. Not.

        Politics is like sports, it doesn't build character it reveals character.

        by Sassy on Fri Nov 09, 2012 at 08:44:46 PM PST

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      •  First there has to be something to prosecute.... (0+ / 0-)

        And they might find THAT to be hard sledding.

        I don't believe Obama or anyone in Washington did anything wrong. Nothing to charge him with.

        As to whether there were errors of judgment in Libya or among the folks on the ground, well, maybe. Perhaps not the wisest thing to be out at a remote site on the anniversary of 9/11, yadda yadda. But really I think it's ridiculous to be Monday Morning Quarterbacking something like that.

        Tragic errors, if errors they were, and the tragedy that ensued was certainly "punishment enough."

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