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AmericaBlog had delightful piece over the weekend and then reran today. It's a great op/ed and
If a senior White House staffer had intentionally outed an American spy during World War II, he'd have been shot.
A lot of the national blogs are examining this issue pretty closely but I feel here in Kentucky, we're going through it on a much more personal level because our own state scandal mirrors what's going in Washington. The same typical arrogant corruption that shows absolute disregard for the citizens. At least when the Democrats were in power, they had they knew how to work the crowd. They new how to talk to people. The Republicans show absolute contempt for even the idealistic side of Democrats, which is to say the working men and women and their well being. And I thought we lived in a utilitarian society.
posted by Stithmeister @ 9:24 PM
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This is part and parcel of one of those "elephant in the room" things that everybody knows but no one speaks about: Bush & Co., the Republican leadership, calls it a war, insists it's a war, hammers through what they want on 'wartime necessity'..........
but they don't consider it a war.
The whole Iraq adventure isn't big enough. It's not important to them. It's all volunteer, not them or their kids. Homeland Defense can be left ignored because they don't figure the furriners are capable of doing anything. Tax increases and sacrifices won't be applied, cause it's unpopular, and it's not a war or something where Americans would sacrifice.
Elephant in the room (and yeah, coincidence that's the GOP symbol): REpublicans talk it as a war, when it's convenient, but to them it's a sideline to the one true war - getting and keeping the maximum of power.
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