"Sorry, folks, but you just can't go breaking into the computers of the other side and fishing around. Daschle can't do it to us, although he probably would if he could, and we can't do it to them. While both sides would occasionally get evidence of felonious conduct by the other side, most of it would be private strategic planning by politicians that they had privately prepared in the course of their duties. We have to let the bad stuff go in order to let both sides do their job.
It would be nice if there was such a thing as a "conscience strickent Demorat staffer" but there never has been such a thing. We still can't play the game this way."
I'm disposed to agree with your thinking, but OTOH, that sort of thinking has been the downfall of the Republican Party for many years. The Dims play by a different set of rules while we Pubbies struggle to keep our pants clean as we walk thru their mud. Sorry, Defiant, it's a losing strategy. We need to get a lot more aggressive.
posted on 11/25/2003 8:45:40 PM PST
by Chu Gary
To: Chu Gary
Maybe we should follow Daschle and Pelosi around, tape them surreptitiously and so on, and then use whatever we get, which I bet would be juicy.....or, maybe we should follow the law, and continue undoing the legacy of traitorous Rat government.
posted on 11/25/2003 8:49:03 PM PST
(North America: The good, the bad and the ugly.)
To: Chu Gary
So we follow the Dems into the type of sewer that Bill Clinton helped create?
Why not just come out and say lying and cheating is okay - as long as your motives are pure?
posted on 11/26/2003 6:04:10 AM PST
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