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Saturday, January 28, 2006

Protecting Jack

Senate Democrats want changes made to the prosecution of Jack Abramoff, following the announcement that the current prosecutor was nominated to a Federal Judgeship in New Jersey. Guess who nominates these guys - and it isn't Jack. Hint - who called Abramoff the administrations best friend back in 2004?

What better way to protect a guy you say you don't know, than to buy off the prosecutor with a promotion and leave control of the case in the hands of your pocket-pet Alberto 'Torture' Gonzales? Is there any reader here who believes that Gonzales would make an honest effort to prosecute the guy Bush called "this administration's best friend" in 2004? Any reason Gonzales, who rode to the AG job on his twisted legal opinions supporting anything Bush wanted to do, would ever want to jail the main money-man for the K-Street Project and all of the GOP bribery and pay-for access corruption? I - don't - THINK - so!

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