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    We can start with the phony prosecution of the governor of Alabama.
     
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    Hardly phony. Actual witnesses who testified to sexual harassment by Clinton personally. Pretty intense and real, actually, and had nothing to do with politics. By that I mean, he wasn't conducting business that was turned around and declared to be criminal...it was criminal behavior outside of his behavior officially.

    Unlike the whole ridiculous idea of prosecuting politicians for carrying out their duties.
     
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    Just because you politically agree with what the Bush administration has done, does not mean he is free from any guilt. If Bush did, indeed break the law that would be found through an investigation, what do you suggest? Not doing anything?

    If Bush did not break any laws, then he has nothing to worry about.

    I am all for the probe. Let Bush be villified once and for all and let's move on with this. His policies have kept us safe for the past 7 years.
     
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    You might want to read my post more carefully.

    I said the phony prosecution of the governor of Alabama.
     
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    Any investigations that are overseen by the politicians (President, House, Senate) are nothing but political posturing, grandstanding or witch-hunting.
     
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    and I am sure you said the same thing when they went after Clinton!
     
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    especially when the women commited sex acts by their own choice and afterwords recieved promotions or were not fired or didn't even work for him.
     

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