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January 16, 2009

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All Mi T

I hope he dont it will be a distraction for with respect to the economy, No end in sight


http://rawdawgb.blogspot.com/2009/01/no-end-in-sight.html

Buck Naked Politics

HI rawdawg,

Happy new year!

I disagree, of course.

I don't see it as an either-or proposition. Fact is that Congress has 535 members, and the federal government has thousands of employees.

We have enough people that we can devote less than 1% to investigating what the Bush Admin did and STILL have more than enough manpower to deal with the economic crises (and other issues).

J.Corbin

It seems fair to presume..that if we took an investigator or 2 away from the task of determining if there was a shooter on the grassy knoll...and other such pressing matters of immediate threat to National Security...I am sure that the little matter of $10,000,000,000,000 of budgetary surplus disappearing in the first 90 days of Mr.Bush's illustrious first term might be worth a look.And that is just for openers.Perhaps the members of the judiciary who were sorely used and left on the curb might also be willing to participate in an above-board commitee to discover what,if any,violations and misuse of power under the Constitution might be applicable in the case of this administration's persuits.It is really amazing how the economy suddenly went bad...Almost like a catastophic diversion to mask the getaway of the gang...Oops...too many episodes of the Cisco Kid...

J.Corbin

It seems fair to presume..that if we took an investigator or 2 away from the task of determining if there was a shooter on the grassy knoll...and other such pressing matters of immediate threat to National Security...I am sure that the little matter of $10,000,000,000,000 of budgetary surplus disappearing in the first 90 days of Mr.Bush's illustrious first term might be worth a look.And that is just for openers.Perhaps the members of the judiciary who were sorely used and left on the curb might also be willing to participate in an above-board commitee to discover what,if any,violations and misuse of power under the Constitution might be applicable in the case of this administration's persuits.It is really amazing how the economy suddenly went bad...Almost like a catastophic diversion to mask the getaway of the gang...Oops...too many episodes of the Cisco Kid...

J.Corbin

It seems fair to presume..that if we took an investigator or 2 away from the task of determining if there was a shooter on the grassy knoll...and other such pressing matters of immediate threat to National Security...I am sure that the little matter of $10,000,000,000,000 of budgetary surplus disappearing in the first 90 days of Mr.Bush's illustrious first term might be worth a look.And that is just for openers.Perhaps the members of the judiciary who were sorely used and left on the curb might also be willing to participate in an above-board commitee to discover what,if any,violations and misuse of power under the Constitution might be applicable in the case of this administration's persuits.It is really amazing how the economy suddenly went bad...Almost like a catastophic diversion to mask the getaway of the gang...Oops...too many episodes of the Cisco Kid...

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