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January 17, 2008

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Mike Whitney

DC Madam made a bad move. How many K Street lawyers will take this case. Too many names on her list. Too many conflicts. Representing oneself on the Hill or in the Courts is like watching Christians talking to lions while the Mob looks on. Sibley is one of a kind and of course society now being what it is considers challenges to authority unconstitutional when in fact it is the essence of what that document is all about.

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