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December 14, 2009



Regardless if you support the current administration or not it's hard to overlook these past tyrant behaviors dubbed 'patriotic'. These guys will never serve a day in their pathetic lives - too many high fives and handshakes that many think they already know. Too bad the American public is too concerned over partisan lines to see the pathetic 'negations' special interests are making on behalf of all of us.

Sad thing is all these guys go to the grave convinced they did the right thing...

Even an uneducated child can comprehend the basic rights being forfeited. Grow up America!

Dave Abbott

Wow. Great news! Al Qaeda can do a FOIA instead of waiting for the New York Times to sift through and publish cherry-picked portions of them.

I wonder how much of this is an end run around executive privilege, which I believe still exists. I'll bet the current administration thinks it does, too -- when it applies to them. Oh, they have already done that (in the face of criticism from Sen. Byrd, W.Va.) by using the Czar appointments to skirt Congressional oversight and public scrutiny (cf. BLT 02/25/2009).

Oh, that's right. He also claimed privilege over the party crashers.

Someone should share the following wisdom with the President: What goes around comes around.


Maybe then maybe we can put Karl Rove and Dink Cheney in jail for the War crimes?

Tom Parris

Congratulation on pursuing the witchhunt Chairman Obama.

Viva Obama! Viva Fidel! Viva Hugo!

Socialism is the gift that keeps on taking.

Guy Lauten

Uh oh. I expect Dick Cheney and Scooter Libby will be a bit worried about this. It will be interesting to see what they have to say about it.

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