Skip to comments.Is Blackmail Too Strong A Word?
Posted on 12/16/2009 7:05:42 PM PST by Ghblog
You can be the judge regarding whether the term blackmail should be attributed to the actions of government officials in the following two stories.
(Excerpt) Read more at framingthedialogue.com ...
If one is about the base closing then blackmail is a warm fuzzy word...
Perhaps it's time to to devise a way to revive the obvious; Thinking outside the box.
Can any constitutional scholar gives us a hint as to who has standing to petition the Supreme Court for relief and a permanent injunction?
The original post featured two stories and I had to update it with the third when I heard about Ben Nelson.
Glenn Book circled around the stronger T-word!!!
“Maybe blackmail is too nice a term for these types of actions. How about extortion allegedly?”
This is what I was thinking: EXTORTION, but I would take off “allegedly”.
As the author says, I too would believe the article before I would the White House.
“I understand that Nelson may not want to out his Democrat president, but is it not time to stop the politics of Washington?”
Totally agree. The more “terrorism” and “politics of Washington” is pointed out, the better America will be.
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