A plot has been discovered that the Senate Intelligence Committee minority party is focusing more on taking down the president than our national security, and you are asking who is being more political - the writer of the memo or those in the majority party who are upset by the plot.
I do not understand the difficulty you are having in deciding who is being more political.
posted on 11/06/2003 5:42:40 AM PST
(The Clintons have pardoned more terrorists than they ever captured or killed.)
"A plot has been discovered..."
That's a big jump there without answering the questions asked:
1.) Who wrote the memo
2.) Was it a draft or final copy
3.) Who was the memo distributed to (something I think needed for a plot is involvement & cooperation of others)
4.) Who & how was the memo obtained - illegal means to obtain a memo doesn't help the case for non-political (remember Watergate was only a petty theft)
Those that are attacking the demo memo are all putting it in terms of "get the dems" (political) rather than making it an issue of national security. When political terms are used to justify an investigation - it takes away from the argument that the memo was wrong (IMHO). If it is truly a national security issue that has everyone upset, then concentrate on national security & not the political party of the offender. Stick to the point of security, not politics & others will join, but to make it an issue of R vs D just lets it slip into the mud that is all too prevalent in DC. Concern for the country should trump concern for party - right?
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