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Rove, Miers to testify on U.S. attorney firings

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This is only a start to getting to the truth of the lies if this administration. I want this to be just the start of a long line of investigations.

Today it was released that george bush requested and received what rights could be surpressed against the American people. his legal team gave him the okay that he could surpress the 1st amendment and others after the 9/11 attack.

That's talk about a dictarship. < :-)

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Imagine that, the Statists are already holding show trials.

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Rollonarte, do you defend the activities of the bush administration?

This is the same administration that - in a recent report out yesterday - decided for itself that the Geneva Convention didn't apply to 'enemy combatants.'

Decided for itself.......

This is also the same administration that, after a previous U.S. administration before it created a law strictly banning the transfer of people to other countries to be tortured, transferred people to other countries to be tortured.

Can you honestly say you supported this?

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Lets all hope it ends with a rope and a short drop from the top down. Like so many here have said Saddam was tried, convicted, and hanged by his own people, we can only hope Dubya and co. can feel the same democracy.

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DXXJP

Like so many here have said Saddam was tried, convicted, and hanged by his own people, we can only hope Dubya and co. can feel the same democracy.

Ah-h-h-h that put a smile on my face. < :-)

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Let's all hope as many of the anti-liberation crowd here as possible get to one day meet a free Iraqi and his family, perhaps while transiting through O'Hare or LAX or Narita or Heathrow.

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Of course the previous administration replaced U.S. attorneys for political reasons (and legitimate ones, as well). Those attorneys are appointed in the first place. It's the standard political spoils process. Are there going to be any real repercussions? Not really... because both sides have done it and will continue to do so.

http://articles.latimes.com/2007/mar/14/nation/na-emails14

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"Let's all hope as many of the anti-liberation crowd here as possible get to one day meet a free Iraqi and his family"

What the hell does that have to do with Rove and Miers testifying on the attorney firings?

Really, you radicals just keep adding and adding irrelavencies in the bleak hope it will obfuscate the issue at hand.

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Adverts - Why hasn't Karl Rove been arrested yet?

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I'm not sure young man. Perhaps they're waiting for that crazy evidence thing, and perhaps rove has lots and lots of money to create reasonable doubt, or perhaps he's done no wrong. That's why there's a hearing, unless you're suggesting they do it Gitmo style and torture 'till confession.

Heh, but I'd rather that be reserved for the angler.

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