quote: The idea is that there should not be any dirty laundry to hide.
quote: They want to know what was their reasoning for the Iraq war. This is not critical at this time. This is a distraction. We are there, what are we going to do? Either stay & fight or leave, their reasoning for the war is irrelevant at this time
quote: Well, if the vast majority of the country wants something as you say, that something is by definition in the best interest of the country.
quote: Ultimately it is the public and the law who get to decide what is in the nation's interest and the means to achieve it. If not, well, then it's just not democracy anymore.
quote: It is talking about hiding information from a FEDERAL JUDGE... Information that is incriminating to the Bush white house.
quote:OK... I am not sure how this isnt the white house...
quote:seeing as the judge is looking for "access to emails concerning several contentious issues, including the reasons for launching the Iraq War, the release of a CIA operative's name and actions by the U.S. Department of Justice."
quote:This entire issue aside, don't you dare blame journalism of any sort for dividing this country.
quote: I am 37 years old...
quote: Do you think that, in the interest of freedom, that there might be a few things that don't need to be on the cover of the world wide press?
quote: so what are they hoping to find?
quote: I'm assuming its the rabid anti-bushites who are pursueing this
quote: What exactly is supposed to be contained in these missing emails?
quote:He petitioned the US Supremes to stop the recount, on the grounds that a recount could cause him "material harm". That, apparently, was enough for the US Supremes to override Florida. The state of Florida has the Constitutional right to decide their own electorates, the US Supremes had no business interjecting their reich wing activist judges in a state matter.
quote: I think you jumping ahead a little bit. What has been proven that was illegal?
quote: At this point it could be emails about anything