Those whose arguments are empty of fact are usually full of shit. --David Porter
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Thursday, May 01, 2008

Are You Kidding Me!

Political break-ins and intimidation are back in vogue. Seven people associated with three federal cases involving Bush-loyal U.S. attorneys who have maliciously and illegally targeted people for their political affiliation have experienced 10 suspicious incidents including break-ins and arson. The targets of these politically-based prosecutions or their attorney’s have seen a plague of home and office break-ins in which only files were taken and have also been the victims of arson at both offices AND homes. Dana Jill Simpson, a whistleblower in one case was even run off the road two weeks after her home was burned to the ground. Coincidence? Hell no. The most severe kind of intimidation? Hell yes.

The Bush administration has the biggest balls of any former (and I will dare say future) presidential administration in history.

Read about Republican style justice on Raw

Those whose arguments are empty of fact, are generally full of shit.™


Anonymous Anonymous said...

These people are both nuts and dangerous, which is a lethal combo!

6:42 PM


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