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  •  Even if they're right about some of them... (none)
    ...the important question -- for each and every voter whose rights they challenged -- is whether they had a good faith basis for the challenge. If they didn't, it's perjury. I don't even care if they had a good faith basis for 1999 of the 2000 (or so) cases. If they didn't for even one, it's perjury. It's a crime. We can refer the Rethugs to their own statements regarding Clinton's impeachment if they question whether perjury is a serious crime or not.

    Thwarting the forces of conservatism since 1978.

    by wiscmass on Sun Nov 06, 2005 at 02:22:14 PM PST

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    •  But perjury isn't a crime anymore, (4.00)
      it's a technically unworthy of prosecution when Republicans commit it.
      •  Yes, they say that now... (none)
        ...but one of the best things about this country is that every two years, you get to overthrow the government. In one year, we're going to throw the whole lot of those bastards in jail and lose the key.

        Thwarting the forces of conservatism since 1978.

        by wiscmass on Sun Nov 06, 2005 at 02:44:50 PM PST

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      •  Perjury ... (none)
        has become quaint, along with the Geneva Conventions and the Constitution.

        Power corrupts. Hey, let's learn it the hard way!

        by Bob Love on Sun Nov 06, 2005 at 07:15:33 PM PST

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