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07-10-2008 05:14 PM  9 years agoPost 1
RonHill

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http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20080710...o/rove_subpoena

He could of very easily shown up and not said anything. That I would have supported.

But not even showing up is wrong.

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07-10-2008 08:00 PM  9 years agoPost 2
SSN Pru

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Yeah, I agree. They need to prosecute this arrogant asshole!

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07-10-2008 09:31 PM  9 years agoPost 3
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The current administration is a disgrace. They have acted above the law with impunity (executive privilege) for years, and need to be put in their place.

Ron's Heliproz South

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07-10-2008 10:30 PM  9 years agoPost 4
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The current administration is a disgrace. They have acted above the law with impunity (executive privilege) for years, and need to be put in their place.
absolutely correct. Rove is a crooked liar, along with most of this admin.

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07-10-2008 11:39 PM  9 years agoPost 5
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Then I would assume that you all would agree that when it was done in the Clinton administration that it was wrong also.

Betcha don't agree.

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07-10-2008 11:44 PM  9 years agoPost 6
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I like this part by Rep. Linda Sanchez,
perhaps the first step toward holding him in contempt of Congress.
I think most of us have contempt for congress the way they fill they're pockets and setup they're retirement plans that even millionaires envy...

I think about the hereafter. I go somewhere to get something, then wonder what I'm here after ?

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07-10-2008 11:49 PM  9 years agoPost 7
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What you need to do is invite him to go hunting with Cheney because he's a dead ringer when it comes to the shotgun.

Enjoy the little things in life, they make the big ones more enjoyable.

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07-11-2008 12:14 AM  9 years agoPost 8
kryptik

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The current administration is a disgrace. They have acted above the law with impunity (executive privilege) for years, and need to be put in their place.
Just like the 41 others that came before...

If everyone is thinking alike, someone isn't ...

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07-11-2008 12:58 AM  9 years agoPost 9
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Then I would assume that you all would agree that when it was done in the Clinton administration that it was wrong also.
Absolutely. Any group democrat, or republican that goes beyond that powers our Constitution gives them, and then hides behind "executive privilege" needs to be taken behind the shed. When our elected officials act like they are above We the People, they no longer deserve to be elected officials.

Ron's Heliproz South

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07-11-2008 02:59 AM  9 years agoPost 10
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I have heard this tripe for 8 years now. The evil Rove has spanked all of you by being right and smiling every step of the way. Get a life and get over it. This administration will pass the baton next year. Obama will continue the war and KSM will go on trial in Guantanamo.

Oh and the FISA law has been signed today, so you whiners worried about eavesdropping have been sold out again by your democratic majority.

Wanna know why? Because the policies are correct, and the spin saying our rights are being lost are pure BS.

I delight in your angst over this administration. Suckers.

keepin' it real

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07-11-2008 03:40 AM  9 years agoPost 11
drdot

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fwiw...

Before everyone gets down on Rove..Would you like to even TALK to Nancy or Harry, let alone be grilled by them?

BC

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07-11-2008 04:10 AM  9 years agoPost 12
BJames111

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have heard this tripe for 8 years now. The evil Rove has spanked all of you by being right and smiling every step of the way. Get a life and get over it.
Ummm...No.

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07-11-2008 04:13 AM  9 years agoPost 13
Inspector Fuzz

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"I delight in your angst over this administration, suckers."

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07-11-2008 04:32 AM  9 years agoPost 14
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I smell liberals in here.

JB "Do a SEARCH" Turner

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07-11-2008 05:11 AM  9 years agoPost 15
Stet

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Phoney liberals who side with the enemy lose. Here from the AP wire:

WASHINGTON (AP) - President Bush signed a bill Thursday that overhauls rules about government eavesdropping and grants immunity to telecommunications companies that helped the U.S. spy on Americans in suspected terrorism cases.

He called it "landmark legislation that is vital to the security of our people."

Bush signed the measure in a Rose Garden ceremony a day after the Senate sent it to him, following nearly a year of debate in the Democratic-led Congress over surveillance rules and the warrantless wiretapping program Bush initiated after the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks. It was a battle that pitted privacy and civil liberties concerns against the desire to prevent terrorist attacks and Democrats' fears of being portrayed as weak when it comes to protecting the country.

Its passage was a major victory for Bush, an unpopular lame-duck president who nevertheless has been able to prevail over Congress on most issues of national security and intelligence disputes.

In other words, all the phoney hype trumpeted by the left doesn't amount to squat. Bush did and continues to do the right thing, now validated by the democratic majority.

Bush lied, etc., ad nauseum doesn't amount to anything other than a waste of bandwidth.

What a bunch of bedwetters. Impotent given their values are not based on fact, much less common sense.

Too bad for the lawyers, they cannnot steal millions from the telecoms over unsubstantiated "violations of our rights".

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07-11-2008 06:45 AM  9 years agoPost 16
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No, all this shows is that it's easy for the mob to yell "terror supporter" about anyone who stands for the constitution.

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07-11-2008 12:38 PM  9 years agoPost 17
SSN Pru

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Then I would assume that you all would agree that when it was done in the Clinton administration that it was wrong also.
You lost a bet. It doesn't matter who does it. They are there to uphold the law not to step above it via executive privilege. They are taking advantage of it!

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07-11-2008 04:46 PM  9 years agoPost 18
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It's not the mob, it is the federal government going after terrorists who murdered 3000 Americans, who'se cells are certainly still here.

Maybe you forgot the video of people jumping out of the burning WTC, the hole in the Pentagon or the other hole in the ground.

The only people shouting are the leftist nuts crying about supposed infringements of our rights, even though they cannot cite a single case of where an innocent US citizen has been impacted in any way.

FISA - foreign intelligence surveillance act

Strengthened and in place.

keepin' it real

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07-11-2008 05:18 PM  9 years agoPost 19
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lets get back on track.

This thread is about Rove ignoring a subpoena from Congress. He is arrogant and hiding behind executive privilege. It seems has taken a step or two above the law and has likely done so at the request of the Administration.

It has nothing to do with anything else now.

He should be held in contempt.

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07-11-2008 05:33 PM  9 years agoPost 20
RonHill

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I would say the EXACT same thing about anyone from either party that did this.

I would not go so far as to call him arrogant. More likely he is being told that he should not go.

Still, I think he should be drug down there in handcuffs if need be.

Stet, you are correct on the FISA issue...But not here. It is about respecting the law, not ignoring it.

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