To: Intolerant in NJ
Not illegal? Well, Rush ain't an attorney. She's on the Senate Energy, Appropriations, and Homeland Security committees. They were masquerading as utility workers to illegally gain access to her offices. What if they were AQ or Chinese and had not been discovered? These jokers could quite conceivably be looking at espionage charges, and deserve NO sympathy whatsoever. Whatever ends they imagined DO NOT justify the means.
posted on 01/28/2010 7:29:46 PM PST
“...if they were AQ or Chinese ...”
She would have serviced them.....
posted on 01/28/2010 7:55:13 PM PST
by G Larry
(DNC is comprised of REGRESSIVES!)
Perhaps their intent was to show the level of security at the offices of someone to do with homeland security. If so, they succeeded in showing how far our enimies could go. I suspect they never touched anything and the matter will be quietly disposed of if I am correct. On the other hand, if I am wrong and they simply went crazy, then to jail they go. But initially, I don’t think O’Kefe is that stupid...Thoughts?
Not illegal? Well, Rush ain't an attorney...it wasn't Rush's claim that it wasn't illegal - it was mine - the police have already said that they did not try to wiretap or in any other way interfere with Landrieu's phone service, and it isn't against the law for anyone claiming to be anybody to enter any Senator's office as long as the general public is normally allowed into the office - they weren't "AQ or Chinese", but as long as you're dealing in straw men, why not pretend they were carrying AK47's or the makings of a dirty bomb, and try to hang 'em on those trumped up charges? - O'Keefe said after the incident that "the truth will set us free", and I think he's right......
Whatever ends they imagined DO NOT justify the means.
You make it sound like they were beating people up or something. These nefarious "means" you speak of...sounds like there isn't much there.
posted on 01/28/2010 10:30:14 PM PST
(Funny how liberals' love affair with Muslims began on 9/11)
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