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Farah: Indict Sandy Berger Now
World Net Daily ^ | 3/07/05 | Joseph Farah

Posted on 03/07/2005 4:13:42 PM PST by Libloather

Indict Sandy Berger now
Posted: March 7, 2005
1:00 a.m. Eastern
WorldNetDaily.com

"To me the great danger is the complacency we have fallen into three and half years after 9-11."

Who said that?

A. Homeland Security Director Michael Chertoff
B. CIA Director Porter Goss
C. Attorney General Alberto Gonzalez
D. FBI Director Robert S. Mueller

Any of those choices would have been a good guess. But none of those men made that statement. Instead, it was made, in my estimation, by a most unlikely character – former National Security Adviser Sandy Berger.

He made the comment a week ago while participating in a panel discussion on national security issues at Purdue University.

Why is it strange that Berger made such a statement?

Because Berger is the perfect, walking, talking example of just how complacent we have become as a nation about national security.

It has been nearly eight months since we first learned Berger was caught red-handed removing highly classified documents from the National Archives. It has been 14 months since he was caught. And it has been at least two months since a federal grand jury began investigating a possible indictment of Berger, and perhaps others, for the crime.

That is my definition of "complacency."

In a time of war, a former national security adviser is pinched lifting national security secrets and 14 months later he is still out on the lecture circuit talking about national security. He has also lately been advising Sen. Hillary Clinton, thought to be a future presidential candidate, just as he advised Sen. John Kerry, last year's Democratic nominee for the presidency on national security matters.

You talk about the fox guarding the henhouse! This man should be in a maximum security penitentiary, not lecturing college students and certainly not advising presidential candidates.

And think about the irony of Berger preaching about complacency. Since he was busted, we have learned that Sandy Burglar, excuse me, Berger blocked four separate plans of action against the al-Qaida terrorist network between 1998 and 2000. That's what the 9-11 commission report found. Oh, and by the way, what was Berger doing in the National Archives when he was found stuffing national security secrets into his trousers and socks? He was said to be preparing former President Clinton to testify before that commission!

They say the wheels of justice move slowly.

In this case they are moving too slowly.

It's time for the Justice Department, now under new leadership, to get serious about the Berger caper.

Let's face it. If you or I were caught rifling through highly classified national security secrets, it wouldn't take 14 months for the government to bring us to justice. If you or I were caught stealing highly classified national security secrets, it's not likely we'd be taken seriously as a lecturer on the subject of national security on college campuses. If you or I were caught flagrantly violating laws governing national security secrets, we wouldn't be invited to advise senators or future presidential candidates on national security matters.

Which raises what will become a serious question for this Justice Department and the Bush administration if they don't indict Sandy Berger or explain to the American people why he's above the law. What did Berger find in those archives? Did he find something so incriminating on this administration that no one dares lay a finger on him? Was he in the National Archives doing more than refreshing Bill Clinton's memory? Was he covering up past abuses of his national security efforts? Or was he digging up dirt on the current administration?

What, if anything, does Sandy Berger have on the Republicans that prevents full and speedy prosecution of this crime?

If the Bush administration and the Gonzales Justice Department think they can sweep this crime under the rug and score some political points with their political opposition, they are sorely mistaken. It will then become a bipartisan scandal. It will then become clear to the American people that there are two standards of justice in this country – one for ordinary Americans and another for the privileged political elite.

Sandy Berger said something else of interest while speaking at Purdue more than a week ago. He said: "We need to make sure that the American dream is perceived as positive throughout the world."

He's right about that. We also need to make sure it is perceived as positive right here in the good old USA, too. And that's a good reason to indict Sandy Berger sooner rather than later.


TOPICS: Crime/Corruption; Culture/Society; Editorial; Government; News/Current Events; Politics/Elections
KEYWORDS: berger; farah; indict; joseph; now; sandy; sandyberger
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1 posted on 03/07/2005 4:13:53 PM PST by Libloather
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To: Libloather
Amen.


2 posted on 03/07/2005 4:18:51 PM PST by SkyPilot
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To: Libloather

BTTT


3 posted on 03/07/2005 4:19:30 PM PST by kellynla (U.S.M.C. 1st Battalion,5th Marine Regiment, 1st Marine Div. Viet Nam 69&70 Semper Fi)
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To: Libloather

"If the Bush administration and the Gonzales Justice Department think they can sweep this crime under the rug ..."

Where is the evidence to support this claim.

It took over 2 years to prepare the case against Enron .. and now people want INSTANT JUSTICE. Good grief!


4 posted on 03/07/2005 4:19:54 PM PST by The Final Harvest (Pres. Bush: "Self-government relies, in the end, on the governing of the self.")
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To: Libloather

If they are going to do it, it should be soon.


5 posted on 03/07/2005 4:21:29 PM PST by Anti-Bubba182
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To: Libloather

Get real. The wench still has 900 FBI files on the people who would normally keel haul Berger.

Semper Fi,


6 posted on 03/07/2005 4:21:46 PM PST by 2nd Bn, 11th Mar (Sniper: "One shot, one kill". Machinegunner: "One shot, one kill...again, & again & again".)
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To: CyberAnt

I am fear we Freepers are falling for fast food felony fixes.

There - I said it.


7 posted on 03/07/2005 4:22:48 PM PST by sodpoodle (sparrows are underrated)
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To: Libloather

8 posted on 03/07/2005 4:24:58 PM PST by demlosers
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To: Libloather

Why is'nt berger in prison? If that gay Gannon guy would have been stuffing his pants in the national archive, left-wing wackos in the senate would be demanding an investigation with pictures of his bulging underpants.


9 posted on 03/07/2005 4:25:08 PM PST by end socialism now
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To: sodpoodle

Well .. it's an instant generation - instant food - instant entertainment - instant gratification - so I guess it's no wonder we expect instant justice for such an eggregious act.


10 posted on 03/07/2005 4:25:29 PM PST by The Final Harvest (Pres. Bush: "Self-government relies, in the end, on the governing of the self.")
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To: Libloather

Who's pulling this Grand Jury's strings? In State GJs, if the DA wants an indictment, the GJ obliges. Who's the indictment-maker in this case?


11 posted on 03/07/2005 4:27:33 PM PST by savedbygrace ("No Monday morning quarterback has ever led a team to victory" GW Bush)
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To: Libloather

12 posted on 03/07/2005 4:30:49 PM PST by demlosers
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To: Libloather

bttt


13 posted on 03/07/2005 4:31:53 PM PST by malia (a cherished constitutional right -- the right to vote and have it counted!)
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To: Libloather

"To me the great danger is the complacency we have fallen into three and half years after 9-11."

The only "complacency" I see is that fact that this man is not behind bars. Why not? I'd get nailed if I so much as jaywalked, but a traitor can take classified documents and walk away scotfree? Where's the prosecution? Where's the long arm of the law? Where's the government on this?


14 posted on 03/07/2005 4:38:24 PM PST by ETERNAL WARMING (We have the best politicians corporate money can buy)
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To: Libloather
SANDY BURGLAR.?........
You mean this hasn't been white washed yet.?..
Republicans just better shut the (you know what) up...
-OR- Sandy will accuse them of being non-compassionate conservatives.. and literally cut them to the quick.. You know how fragile republicans are.. They'd trash the whole freepin legal system first.. Like in the im'prune'ment of Bill Clinton.. They went after him for oral sex.. and trashed ALL HIS real crimes.. Sandy is chump change.. I'm surprised Joseph Farah even remembers about this..

Course with the democrat party where do you start.. They are literally ALL felonious in some aspect..
Wonder how long a REAL CRIME FIGHTER WOULD EVEN LIVE in Washingtom D.C today...
Obviously in Wash.D.C. if your fighting crime// you must be a perp too or you'd be dead.

15 posted on 03/07/2005 4:39:57 PM PST by hosepipe (This Propaganda has been edited to include not a small amount of Hyperbole..)
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To: CyberAnt

Yeah and Hillary Clinton is still on the loose

She should be in jail

Waiting for the GOP to prosecute DEM criminals is a LOST CAUSE

Don't expect anybody to be held accountable for those forged National Guard memos either

Only way the GOP will get a backbone and go after DEM criminals is if NYT and WASH Post take up the cause and the CBS NBC AND ABC lemmings follow them and make it an issue

Like that will ever happen !!!!!


16 posted on 03/07/2005 4:43:55 PM PST by uncbob
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To: CyberAnt

It took over 2 years to prepare the case against Enron .. and now people want INSTANT JUSTICE. Good grief!


Excuse me, but Enron was a little more complex than a former official stealing Top Secret documents. The investigation and trial should be over by now.


17 posted on 03/07/2005 4:45:55 PM PST by conshack
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To: conshack

And your evidence to support that claim would be ..????


18 posted on 03/07/2005 4:50:15 PM PST by The Final Harvest (Pres. Bush: "Self-government relies, in the end, on the governing of the self.")
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To: 2nd Bn, 11th Mar
"Get real. The wench still has 900 FBI files on the people who would normally keel haul Berger."

What are you saying?

That Hitlery Clinton is holding the Bush DoJ AND the Senate hostage by virtue of 900 dossiers?

Not buying it.

The fix is in...

The Bush Administration will do NOTHING to indict or prosecute anyone having anyTHING to do with any corruption perpetrated by the Clinton Administration.

19 posted on 03/07/2005 4:53:24 PM PST by Liberator
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To: Libloather

Get-out-of-prosecution-free Bump.


20 posted on 03/07/2005 5:00:18 PM PST by DoctorMichael (The Fourth Estate is a Fifth Column!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!)
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To: CyberAnt
Where is the evidence to support this claim.

It took over 2 years to prepare the case against Enron .. and now people want INSTANT JUSTICE. Good grief!

Exactly. I've long hoped that after Gonzales took the helm (and he JUST did that) hopefully we'll see action...but they are going to make sure the t's are crossed and i's dotted.

21 posted on 03/07/2005 5:00:58 PM PST by cyncooper
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To: end socialism now
Why is'nt berger in prison? If that gay Gannon guy would have been stuffing his pants in the national archive, left-wing wackos in the senate would be demanding an investigation with pictures of his bulging underpants.

There in an ongoing investigation of Berger (and his collaborators, I'm sure).

22 posted on 03/07/2005 5:02:13 PM PST by cyncooper
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To: savedbygrace

Do you want in indictment that's going to result in a solid case and conviction...not just of Berger but his cohorts? Or just a feel good indictment that can't be sustained?


23 posted on 03/07/2005 5:04:42 PM PST by cyncooper
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To: CyberAnt

And your evidence to support that claim would be ..????

If I need to provide you evidence that the Enron situation is more complicated than a guy stealing classified documents, this isn't going to be a very fruitful discussion.


24 posted on 03/07/2005 5:07:50 PM PST by conshack
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To: conshack
Excuse me, but Enron was a little more complex than a former official stealing Top Secret documents. The investigation and trial should be over by now.

Yes. Berger was only stealing the documents for his own use (which would be???). We're not interested one bit in why or for whom he took them. Right?

Make no mistake, this is complex and I prefer to get to the bottom of the scheme rather than take the easy and obvious culprit to task and leave the others involved unaccountable.

25 posted on 03/07/2005 5:13:22 PM PST by cyncooper
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To: conshack

You're not in a position to take that superior tone since your argument is the weak one here.


26 posted on 03/07/2005 5:15:15 PM PST by cyncooper
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To: conshack

Stealing money .. stealing documents - and .. Berger was visiting the National Archives several times over the years, and I bet they're trying to establish just how much stuff he may have taken .. I dare say an "instant" resolution to what Berger did just doesn't seem probable to me.

And .. if you're not willing to defend your statements - then maybe it's better not to say them. To just make wild claims that the govt isn't doing this or that - demands evidence to support it - no evidence .. sorry!

And I love the comeback - insinuating that I'm the reason the discussion won't be fruitful - when you're the person making the claim ..??


27 posted on 03/07/2005 5:15:17 PM PST by The Final Harvest (Pres. Bush: "Self-government relies, in the end, on the governing of the self.")
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To: Libloather
I admit it. I'm as guilty as anyone. I cheered when "alternative" news sources like World Net Daily and Newsmax sprang up on the scene during the Clinton presidency. I applauded when Larry Klayman formed Judicial Watch. I was naive.

Never once did I ask myself what would these people do when the Clinton years passed. It never occured to me that all of the above were born, and thrive on scandal and corruption. It never once entered my mind that if a decent, good administration was at the helm that all of the above would fight tooth and nail to remain relevant.

It should have, because the sources that I once thought were manna from heaven quickly evolved into carictures of themselves, and this piece is a great example. There is plenty of possible dirt on Berger, but Farah isn't content to write about Berger. No, Farah has to insinuate that Bush and Gonazales are corrupt in Clinton fashion and in Farah's words trying to, "sweep this crime under the rug and score some political points" That little dig at President Bush is IMHO totally uncalled for.

28 posted on 03/07/2005 5:22:41 PM PST by Melas
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To: CyberAnt
The government has tapes of him stealing documents.
They went so far as to put bogus documents in the files, and he bit.
I want to know what files were taken and what files were "lost" or thrown away.

Doogle
29 posted on 03/07/2005 5:25:09 PM PST by Doogle (8th AF...4077TFW....408MMS....Ubon Thailand "69"..Night Line Delivery ..AMMO)
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To: cyncooper

You are correct! You cannot rush into court because the whole thing stinks to high heaven - you have to be maticulous and cross all the t's and dot all the i's.

When you rush to judgment too many mistakes are made and terrible crimes can go unpunished.

I agree the feds may have waited - but it may have been on purpose - knowing Ashcroft was leaving and wanting him to be able to finish up other cases and not having to dive into the Berger issue. I'm glad they waited - and I hope they have such an airtight case that the snake doesn't get off easy.

But .. one issue nobody has thought of - there is a SHORT SUPPLY OF JUDGES - especially in the Appeals courts. We cannot start this process if we are not completely sure we can defend this through the Appeals process. That's crucial.


30 posted on 03/07/2005 5:30:07 PM PST by The Final Harvest (Pres. Bush: "Self-government relies, in the end, on the governing of the self.")
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To: cyncooper
An indictment no matter what. This offense was so obvious and publicly revealed that to NOT indict is indictable, so to speak.

You really think they stand a chance of getting anyone beyond Berger?

31 posted on 03/07/2005 5:33:05 PM PST by savedbygrace ("No Monday morning quarterback has ever led a team to victory" GW Bush)
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To: StarFan; Dutchy; alisasny; BobFromNJ; BUNNY2003; Cacique; Clemenza; Coleus; cyborg; DKNY; ...
In a time of war, a former national security adviser is pinched lifting national security secrets and 14 months later he is still out on the lecture circuit talking about national security. He has also lately been advising Sen. Hillary Clinton, thought to be a future presidential candidate, just as he advised Sen. John Kerry, last year's Democratic nominee for the presidency on national security matters.

You talk about the fox guarding the henhouse! This man should be in a maximum security penitentiary, not lecturing college students and certainly not advising presidential candidates.

Please FReepmail me if you want on or off my ‘miscellaneous’ ping list.

32 posted on 03/07/2005 5:34:35 PM PST by nutmeg (democRATs = The Party of NO)
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To: savedbygrace

An indictment beyond Berger may not result, but I do want the case against him ironclad so that a jury will have no choice but to convict. I also would at least like the names of his co-conspirators, etc.


33 posted on 03/07/2005 5:41:22 PM PST by cyncooper
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To: Doogle

Well .. I'm sure that information will not be released until the trial.


34 posted on 03/07/2005 5:50:09 PM PST by The Final Harvest (Pres. Bush: "Self-government relies, in the end, on the governing of the self.")
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To: CyberAnt

----Well .. I'm sure that information will not be released until the trial.----

Dream on. There will be no trial. You can make book on that.


35 posted on 03/07/2005 5:56:47 PM PST by ChildOfThe60s (If you can remember the 60's.....you weren't really there.)
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To: CyberAnt
..it may not be released because of "national security"

..ya know...the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth...

..just for some

Doogle
36 posted on 03/07/2005 5:56:57 PM PST by Doogle (8th AF...4077thTFW....408MMS....Ubon Thailand "69"..Night Line Delivery ..AMMO)
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To: Libloather

I like my Berger well done, burnt actually.


37 posted on 03/07/2005 5:59:43 PM PST by TheForceOfOne (Social Security I thought pyramid schemes were illegal!)
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To: cyncooper

----I also would at least like the names of his co-conspirators, etc.---

A) There will be no trial.
B) Everyone knows who they are. So what?
C) "co-conspirators" is redundant. No "co" is needed.
D) The Bush adminstration, for reasons of its own (no stomach for hand-to-hand in the trenches, IMO) will not prosecute criminal acts by Clintonistas.


38 posted on 03/07/2005 6:02:35 PM PST by ChildOfThe60s (If you can remember the 60's.....you weren't really there.)
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To: ChildOfThe60s

Wow, you sound like you don't know anything about the case.

Thanks for popping in, though.


39 posted on 03/07/2005 6:08:54 PM PST by cyncooper
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To: Doogle

Actually, I have wondered about the national security issue with the documents he took, and if Berger would try to cut a deal. First of all - his crimes demand a lot of years behind bars. And .. Berger might be able to give information which would be very useful to the DOJ.


40 posted on 03/07/2005 6:21:42 PM PST by The Final Harvest (Pres. Bush: "Self-government relies, in the end, on the governing of the self.")
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To: ChildOfThe60s
And btw:

dictionary.com

co·con·spir·a·tor ( P ) Pronunciation Key (kkn-spîr-tr) n.

A joint conspirator.

Source: The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition Copyright © 2000 by Houghton Mifflin Company. Published by Houghton Mifflin Company. All rights reserved.

Main Entry: co–con·spir·a·tor
Pronunciation: "kO-k&n-'spir-&-t&r Function: noun

: a fellow conspirator
NOTE: Under Federal law, a statement made by a co-conspirator during and to further the conspiracy is admissible as evidence, but there must be other evidence establishing both the conspiracy and the defendant's participation.

Source: Merriam-Webster's Dictionary of Law, © 1996 Merriam-Webster, Inc.

co-conspirator

coconspirator n : a member of a conspiracy [syn: conspirator, plotter, machinator]

Source: WordNet ® 2.0, © 2003 Princeton University.

41 posted on 03/07/2005 6:22:41 PM PST by cyncooper
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To: ChildOfThe60s

"... no trial. You can make book on that"

And .. is that just a hopeful guess or do you have some information to support your claim ..??


42 posted on 03/07/2005 6:26:40 PM PST by The Final Harvest (Pres. Bush: "Self-government relies, in the end, on the governing of the self.")
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To: ChildOfThe60s

"Dream on. There will be no trial. You can make book on that"

Much as I wish it were otherwise, I have to agree. There is no sign of any active investigation going on. Who is the lead prosecutor? When does the GJ meet? What motions have been filed? Why does no reporter, even a conservative one, provide updates, speculations, even, as happens in every other grand jury of public interest?

Someone mentioned Enron. We knew when the process was happening. Subpoenas were issued. Witnesses were called. The prosecutor team was known. To be sure, there is a whole lot of behind the scenes work, but that which is public record tells a lot.

Now, nothing. If Farah is so keen on this maybe he should do a little legwork and report on what, if anything is happening. Instaed, nothing. Silence. Except for muted sporadic complaining.

Berger the spy walks and I have no idea why.


43 posted on 03/07/2005 6:29:25 PM PST by hinckley buzzard
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To: hinckley buzzard
When does the GJ meet? What motions have been filed? Why does no reporter, even a conservative one, provide updates, speculations, even, as happens in every other grand jury of public interest?

The only reason we knew about which reporters have gone before the Plame grand jury is because they get held in contempt and court filings make public the dispute. Otherwise it's been tight as a drum.

Also it turns out Fitzgerald has been pursuing another leak investigation and we only knew about that when subpoenas were again fought and documents unsealed.

Another example is the HRC fundraiser. Until the indictment of Rosen, who knew that was being pursued.

This is to illustrate that we don't always know what's going on but my above examples show that activity is taking place away from the media glare.

44 posted on 03/07/2005 6:52:26 PM PST by cyncooper
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To: CyberAnt

Judas priest, this ain't offshore accounts and multi-level corporate layering...this is a little weasel smuggling documents in his shirt. WTF is so Enron about it? I'm with Joe on this. What is taking so long to prosecute the guy for what's essentially a shoplifting charge, where the shop is the federal government and Bergler's the 15 year old dork?


45 posted on 03/07/2005 7:25:34 PM PST by LibertarianInExile (The South will rise again? Hell, we ever get states' rights firmly back in place, the CSA has risen!)
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To: ChildOfThe60s

Maybe there is much substance to Terry Reid's book "Compromised" that put the Bushs and Clintons squarely in bed together in the corruption that was Mena.

It would explain an awful lot of the inaction since.


46 posted on 03/07/2005 9:11:56 PM PST by Wil H
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To: Wil H

I'm sure they'll get to the bottom of it just like they prosecuted the murderers of Vince Foster, Ron Brown, that Enron guy in Houston, the insider traders profiting from 9-11, and all those who committed vote fraud all over the country in 2000 and 2004. And then, while they're at it, they'll appoint some real federal judges who will actually rule according to the plain language of the law and Constitution. And then they'll cut wasteful federal spending, and stop expanding entitlement programs bankrupting the country. And then they'll stop printing money hand over fist and triggering ruinous inflation. And then they'll fix the Endangered Species Act and all the crazy environmental rulings. And they'll start enforcing border controls.

Wake up, folks, your federal government is controlled by criminal gangs, whether or not Bush himself knows it. Thank God there is profit in fighting terrorists or we might not have gotten anything of value from this Administration.


47 posted on 03/07/2005 10:08:52 PM PST by Iconoclast2 (Two wings of the same bird of prey . . .)
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To: CyberAnt; Doogle
CyberAnt--"You are correct! You cannot rush into court because the whole thing stinks to high heaven -"

Yea, but it would sure help to know if the 'theft' is being looked at!!

Doogle--"They went so far as to put bogus documents in the files, and he bit."

I can't remember hearing that bogus files were planted.

48 posted on 03/07/2005 11:50:48 PM PST by malia (a cherished constitutional right -- the right to vote and have it counted!)
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To: LibertarianInExile

Why are you making me responsible - I'm not a federal prosecutor ..?? Good grief!

But .. since none of you are either .. what evidence do you have to support your claims that the DOJ is doing nothing? - that's the point I'm trying to make.

We don't know - because our President plays his cards close to his chest - and he doesn't tell his enemies what moves he's making (the way the Clintons always did - in order to allow the bad guys to get away).

I truly believe this may be a much more complicated case than we know - primarily because the documents he took were classified and could have revealed some information that does make it a complicated case. It could have opened a hornet's nest.


49 posted on 03/08/2005 12:00:24 AM PST by The Final Harvest (Pres. Bush: "Self-government relies, in the end, on the governing of the self.")
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To: malia

"it would sure help to know if the 'theft' is being looked at"

Well .. I remember actually seeing a person on FOX - who is a federal prosecutor - making a cursory statement about the Berger case was moving right along (whatever that means) - as he was walking into the DOJ building.

I think we're all just so fed up with what happened during the Clintons years .. we're impatient with justice being done because it was so lacking for so long.


50 posted on 03/08/2005 12:16:01 AM PST by The Final Harvest (Pres. Bush: "Self-government relies, in the end, on the governing of the self.")
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