Another former Bush Admin. official breaches ethics

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  1. Magnetic Poles

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    He should step down.
     
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  4. Magnetic Poles

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    So both are ok with you? SNIP I would add no worse than pointing at President Clinton everytime a Repub breaches ethics.

    Curtis, we definitely agree!
     
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    Yes, he should step down. It would save tons of embarrassment all around.
     
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    I agree he needs to just step down, so we can all move on. Frankly I don't care why he did it, knowing that he did it and admits to doing it is enough.
     
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    You really have high aspriations for our leaders, dont you? Oh I know, the Republican is a little less evil than the Democrat. I can see it now, you would rename the song lyrics "climb every mountain, forge every stream" to trip over the mole hill and fall."
     
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    Isn't it sad that we've gotten to this point. All we want is for them to admit they did the wrong they did.

    I deal with this every day with kids. They do everything they can to hide their sin. Then they do everything they can to justify their sin. WHEN all they have to do is repent of their sin. The sooner, the better, the quicker we can get on with our lives. *sigh*
     
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    :thumbs: Exactly!
     
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    In this case he admitted (in a political spinny sort of way) the wrong in which he did.

    "In hindsight, I wish I had trusted my original instincts and kept myself out of the negotiations," Wolfowitz said. "I made a mistake, for which I am sorry."​

    If this was the worst thing Mr Wolfowitz ever did we'd be in much better shape as a country and a world. This is a blue dress distraction.
     
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    Agreed. Just as soon as Pelosi and Reid do the same.
     
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    And that's the difference. The left is proud of Pelosi, Hoyer, Kennedy, Reid, Berger, Frank, you know the list........
     
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    Yep.

    I forgot about Boxer. She needs to be on that list as well.
     
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    Yep.

    Leave it to the corporate media to make a big deal out of Paul Wolfowitz’s shameless promotion of his girlfriend, Shaha Riza, while ignoring the larger story—the fait accompli fusion of neoliberal and neocon policies at the World Bank and the IMF. “The neolib-neocon fusion is personified by Wolfowitz, close ally of the exceptionally corrupt, brutal Indonesian dictator Suharto during the 1980s and more recently, as deputy Pentagon leader, architect of and apologist for imperial theft and US corporate patronage associated with the illegal Iraq War,” writes Patrick Bond. Kurt Nimmo
     

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