To: epluribus_2; Alamo-Girl; Travis McGee; Jeff Head
See #28: This is terrible news to America if this is the same woman who is linked elsewhere on this page and the spying charge is true. This woman has congressional staffer connections.
We need to mourn for our nation that politicians would participate with those who target our own soldiers.
This isn't shocking; it's a life-changing reorganization of how one must think about political opponents within our own government.
posted on 03/11/2004 8:05:45 AM PST
(Retired Army and Proud of it!!)
I hope she sings like a cardinal in the warm Maryland spring air.
Let's hope she brings in all her handlers and fellow agents, too. Hope they really pull up a lot of buried cables on this nefarious network.
And whomever is her boss on Capitol Hill, they should do the honorable thing and RESIGN (they won't of course. Not in our selfish, excuse-ridden culture).
posted on 03/11/2004 8:09:18 AM PST
(Another vote here for Bush, only IF Congress ends up defeating his illegal immigration amnesty law)
It sounds as though the Democrats were serious when the claimed that President Bush was more dangerous than Saddam Hussein and they set out to prove it. I agree that the congressional ties to this woman need to be exposed. I want to know who she staffed for. It sounds like it may have been a guy from Oregon.
posted on 03/11/2004 8:14:25 AM PST
This was a very busy woman. I found mention of her in the tobacco litigation work, staffing for Ron Wyden, as well.
Wyden is a strong critic of the tobacco industry (DJ 7/25/94). Ron Wyden's chief of staff (1994) is: Josh Kardon (DJ 7/25/94). Contact (1994): Susan Lindauer 202-225-4811.
posted on 03/11/2004 8:24:20 AM PST
To: xzins; epluribus_2
And so let it be understood by the court: I make these statements of my own free will, out of respect to my own conscience and sense of obligation as a world citizen.
And according to post #29 that quotes a deposition she made, she doesn't even consider herself an American first. Why am I not surprised?
We need to mourn for our nation that politicians would participate with those who target our own soldiers. This isn't shocking; it's a life-changing reorganization of how one must think about political opponents within our own government.
So very true, xzins! So very true.
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