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The reason why it was a waste was that they knew IN ADVANCE that no laws had been broken. So, the best they can come up with after spending two years is that Scooter Libby's stories were inconsistent.

Much ado about nothing, unfortunately.

Libby will probably be exonerated or get a slap on the wrist. I hope.

So why did they all purjure themselves if there was no crime to lie about John?

LMAO. You threw your principles away and now you're throwing away your dignity.

This isn't likely to happen too often, so it's worth recording the unprecedented fact that, on this occasion, I agree with Robin's general impression of Fitgerald's handling of his investigation; and I, too, hope that it proceeds fairly and properly.

However, I would add that her detailed comparisons of costs leads me to think that a Republican administration comes a lot cheaper to the tax-payer than a Democratic one. But we all knew that anyway - didn't we?

But it was a Republican congress that pointlessly set Starr on Clinton wasn't it? Just to play politics.

Republicans are certainly the lawless party. The party of crooks and corruption, waste and high taxes, corporate welfare and lies. The party that shits on the constitution, international law and civil liberties.

Certainly for anyone who cares about morality the Republicans are just not a choice.

"The party of crooks and corruption, waste and high taxes, corporate welfare and lies."

Whisper who dares, the name of ....... Kennedy!

Now which party, exactly, does he belong to? I'm a foreigner, you see.

And I must confess that, politics apart, former president Clinton added a certain 'je ne sais quoi' to the reputation of American manhood.

A lot of graft with nothing to show for it? How about a Republican White House in 2000? That would surely be worth $40 mil to some people.

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