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Wednesday, July 16, 2008

Try Indicting Bush on Marco Island

First, read the following article from the New York Times of July 13, 2008:

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Now, if these Bush-haters are really serious about bringing the president to justice, indict him here on Marco Island ... for after all, the syndicate and their facilitators in the Collier courts ran roughshod over Councilor Keister for purportedly the same things. Actually, for considerably less.

Oh, but wait, sorry, ... forgot ... the syndicate and their brethren in the Republican machine are connected all the way to the Republican governor and potential Republican Vice Presidential candidate.

Never mind.

2 Comments:

  • While what the White House has done with regards to email’s, if true, should be stopped, the analogy you have attempted to draw between Councilor Keister and the White House misses the mark. Mr. Keister broke the law, the White House, even if it were true, did not break any law. To my knowledge there are no Sunshine or Public Records laws on the Federal level such as we have here in Florida. This is not to say I condone this action by the Bush administration, because I don’t but to compare Mr. Keister’s indiscretions to the President of the United States is moronic.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at Thursday, July 17, 2008 9:34:00 AM  

  • the u.s. house of representatives has issues several subpoenas for these emails - some before the emails were deleted. besides, all branches of government are required as matter of public records laws to keep all documents, emails, etc..

    anyone with a modicum of american history knowledge would know about the legal requirement to maintain public records - recall the nixon issues, the clinton issue, the hillary issues. the fact that these (except for nixon) got away with their transgressions doesn't justify anything.

    what keister did ignorantly pales in comparison to what the administration did intentionally, yet the former was prosecuted. local politics has all to do with the disparate application of justice.

    By Blogger Dr. Mario, at Thursday, July 17, 2008 11:31:00 AM  

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