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Politicization Charges at DOJ over Brazile Appearance
| Evan Perez
Posted on 03/27/2009 3:27:52 PM PDT by anniegetyourgun
New leadership at the Justice Department is aiming to erase memories of the highly-charged political controversies from the previous administration.
But already some of the same politicization charges are being flung at the Justice Department, under Attorney General Eric Holder, as the department prepares to host veteran Democratic Party strategist Donna Brazile for a Womens History Month event.
Brazile has built a long career as an election campaign strategist for candidates from Walter Mondale to Bill Clinton and Al Gore.
A flyer sent to Justice Department employees advising of the March 31 Brazile appearance, says Supervisors are encouraged to grant official time to employees to attend this event.
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TOPICS: Government; Politics/Elections
KEYWORDS: brazile; doj; politicalhack
First you have to ask yourself - why are our taxpayer dollars being spent on such events? Then you have to wonder when the DOJ will have a "Mens History Month" event? Lastly, you have to wonder if Ms. Brazile will be praising leading women like Condi Rice, Margaret Thatcher, Jeanne Kirkpatrick....oh wait, I guess we don't have to wonder about that.
Donna Brazile is a vile, political hack.
posted on 03/27/2009 3:36:26 PM PDT
(If you want to anger conservatives, lie to them. If you want to anger liberals, tell them the truth.)
I thought government employees were not allowed to be involved in political activity during business hours. Has this changed?
posted on 03/27/2009 4:09:01 PM PDT
(Beware of socialism in America; the Islamization of Eurabia)
Will she instruct Eric Holder how to dress as an Alpha Male?
posted on 03/27/2009 4:12:40 PM PDT
Seems our whole world has changed, LK....
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