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Clarice hits another bases loaded home run.
1 posted on 09/16/2006 4:01:54 AM PDT by libstripper
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To: libstripper; Howlin; STARWISE; the Real fifi; All

Another great piece by Clarice, she hits it out of the park. I'm a big lurker at Tom McGuire's site and find it the most comprehensive place for anything plame related. Thanks for posting this great article.

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2 posted on 09/16/2006 4:04:59 AM PDT by Laverne
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To: libstripper

for later read


3 posted on 09/16/2006 4:12:03 AM PDT by digger48
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To: libstripper
I haven't read this yet, but ... based on the title .. I seem to remember, not too long after the speciel invistigation was going on, and nothing was being found ... Libby said something that gave the commies an "AHA !!! " moment. Whatever it was, it was determined to be a violation of law or some such .. so Libby will be prosecuted because he said something unconnected to the charge, that warrented a charge.

At least that's what I think I remember.

4 posted on 09/16/2006 4:16:23 AM PDT by knarf (Muslims kill each other ... News wall-to-wall, 24/7 .. don't touch that dial.)
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To: libstripper

The man who needs to be charged with a crime is Fitzgerald.

His continuation of the investigation after knowing who the leaker was cannot be excusd by claiming incompetence.

It was without doubt an attack against the Bush administration.


5 posted on 09/16/2006 4:56:09 AM PDT by sgtbono2002 (The fourth estate is a fifth column.)
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It's long past time for Special Prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald to do the right thing and drop the charges.

What and admit that he wasted millions in taxpayer dollars.

Not to mention that he would have to find a new job which might require him to be productive.

6 posted on 09/16/2006 4:56:24 AM PDT by Pontiac (All are worthy of freedom, none are incapable.)
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Of all the things that disturb, if not plain old disgust me, about the Republicans is their hesitancy to stand up for what's right. If an example is not made of Fitzgerald and what happens when a prosecutor abuses his position then we can expect a lot more of the same thing.


8 posted on 09/16/2006 5:00:25 AM PDT by jwparkerjr
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To: libstripper

Libby's "crime" was that he simply did not recollect some of the details of what happened.


11 posted on 09/16/2006 5:32:45 AM PDT by Brilliant
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To: libstripper

The MSM's utter incompetance in ferreting out the truth in this case effectively negates their claim as the "Fourth Estate" at the dawn of the new century.


13 posted on 09/16/2006 5:45:08 AM PDT by mo
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To: libstripper

Libby probably is telling the truth that he heard about Plame from Russert. Why journalists are given so much latitude and so little accountability is beyond me. Both Andrea Mitchell and Tim Russert have obvious animus toward the Bush administration and both would kill to protect their careers.


14 posted on 09/16/2006 5:46:54 AM PDT by billhilly (DU Funnies pingee # 911)
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To: libstripper
Scooter Libby is not being prosecuted for perjury but for a faulty memory. That can happen to the best of us. And there is no crime of which is he really guilty. Now that we know who the leaker was, Plamegate is a wretched affair that ensnared the Vice President's underling because the Drive By Media couldn't get Karl Rove.

(No more Olmert! No more Kadima! No more Oslo! )

19 posted on 09/16/2006 6:30:37 AM PDT by goldstategop (In Memory Of A Dearly Beloved Friend Who Lives On In My Heart Forever)
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To: YaYa123

Clarice Feldman does a great job of pulling things together here.


20 posted on 09/16/2006 7:01:19 AM PDT by Bahbah (Shalit, Goldwasser and Regev, we are praying for you)
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To: libstripper

At the very least, Fitzgerald mislead the court on at least one occasion, according to Clarice Feldman. In discussing Fitz's affadavit of August 27, 2004, Feldman writes:

"This affidavit was a model of disingenuousness, misleading Judge David Tatel."

So at a minimum, it appears that Fitzgerald should be disciplined for misleading the court.

Now would a Freeper lawyer please tell us, How might a disciplinary proceeding be initiated? Only by Judge Tatel? By the Justice Department's professional responsibility shop? By an amicus curiae? By Larry Klayman?


23 posted on 09/16/2006 7:29:48 AM PDT by Hawthorn (As a little byrd once told me, I've seen a lot of white macacas in my time!)
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To: libstripper

Bump


25 posted on 09/16/2006 7:44:47 AM PDT by jonno
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Every damn time somebody spouts off about "Bush Lied!", it needs to be immediately and firmly rebutted with "No, Joe Wilson Lied!"

The "Bush Lied" mantra from Liberals is based solely upon Joe Wilson's lies and The Administrations ill-advised recant of Niger intel which later proved to correct after all!

Republican politicians need to make a stand and defend The President regarding the "Bush Lied" lie!

31 posted on 09/16/2006 9:38:27 AM PDT by TexasCajun
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Colin Powel should be charged with obstruction of justice!

Powell is a primary conspirator in the cover-up of the Media-inspired leaker of a never covert CIA employee, allowing The Presidents enemies at home to scream impeachment and war-criminal to the delight of Big Media pundits who were also partners in the conspriacy to cover the actions of one of their ideological own in the State Department.

32 posted on 09/16/2006 9:45:39 AM PDT by TexasCajun
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