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December 17, 2008

Thanks for Nothing, Senator McCain

My latest at PJM:

I was reluctant to support John “Mr. Bipartisan” McCain, but by the time the dust was settled, he was the last man standing. It wasn’t until he named Sarah Palin as his running mate that I, along with countless others, became enthusiastic about McCain the candidate. So for him to give her such an obvious brush-off when she was the only thing his campaign did right — even though they completely misused her talents until the end, when it was too late to save the sinking SS McCain — is absolutely contemptible.

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Posted by Pam Meister at 02:29 PM | Comments (2) | TrackBack (0) | RINO Watch

February 06, 2006

Arlen Specter Not Sure of Bush Administration Motives

RINO Arlen Specter has a hard time understanding why the Bush Administration authorized wiretaps and other electronic monitoring of communications between known or suspected al Qaeda operatives and people here in the United States.

WASHINGTON (AP) - Attorney General Alberto Gonzales has not adequately justified why the Bush administration failed to seek court approval for domestic surveillance, said the senator in charge of a hearing Monday on the program.

Sen. Arlen Specter said Sunday he believes that President Bush violated a 1978 law specifically calling for a secret court to consider and approve such monitoring. The Pennsylvania Republican branded Gonzales' explanations to date as "strained and unrealistic."

The top Democrat on the Senate Judiciary Committee, Vermont Sen. Patrick Leahy, predicted that the committee would have to subpoena the administration to obtain internal documents that lay out the legal basis for the program. Justice Department officials have declined, citing in part the confidential nature of legal communications.

Specter said he would have his committee consider such a step if the attorney general does not go beyond his prior statements and prepared testimony that the spying is legal, necessary and narrowly defined to fight terrorists.

Hey Arlen...here's a hint:


Now take that $160,000 plus that we pay you and buy yourself a clue.

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