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Discussion in 'Politics' started by carpro, Oct 17, 2006.
Can you post the article this file came from?
I can't find it on the latimes site now, and from the date of file, it looks like it's dated June of 2003.
I didn't keep it. All I kept was the LA Times url.
It's ok. Since it's old news, I will file it away with the other "non-story" stories
While you're at it do the same for the allegations against Congressman Weldon. They're from 2004 and have already been investigated by the House Ethics Committee.
The Reid connections have never been properly investigated.
You see, I can't do that. The Weldon investigation, is active. I mean, the FBI just raided four houses.
The difference is that the story you quoted isn't a story, it's a chart, if you will. To me there is a difference, and that is why I asked for the story that it was linked from.
While I don't excuse Reid, I even posted about his misdealings, and lump him in the same group of idiots we have as politicans. But this "chart" and the current story about Reid don't run together in my opinion.
I will comment on the current story about Reid, but until you give me the link to the story your pdf was posted from, I can't comment on it so, I will file it away.
Nice try by the way, at being "neutral" in your title. You did pounce on me about being neutral in questions and such right? I am glad you have taken your own advice.
You're dissembling, Jamie.
But that's what I expected you to do.
And you're slamming Reid without an article to back it up and letting the right go free.
Which, as you stated, is what I expect from you.
At least we're staying on track with our expectations. We wouldn't want to let anyone down.
Today, more stuff about Reid came out. So it's old news. He's still in Congress. Republican Congressman Weldon is too. Toss 'em both out.
And now we find that yet another crook in the ethically-challenges Bush WH is going down.
Lester Crawford, Bush's FDA commissioner, resigned and will now plead guilty in yet another corruption case:
Washington, DC (AHN) - Former Food and Drug Administration Commissioner Lester Crawford, is set to plead guilty to two counts of misdemeanor involving stock ownership of companies regulated by the agency.
Crawford will appear in court to allegations that he said false statements and went against the conflict-of-interest law. He could also be slapped with a $50,000 fine and be placed either on probation, home detention or up to 6 months in jail.
No end in sight, as the mess starts to unravel. So what if Reid is a democrat? Let the chips fall where they may.