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Bush Lied, Cheney Lied, Scooter is Free?

July 2nd, 2007 | by Matthew OKeefe |

There is no proof more positive that this President and his crew are absolutely above the law than this move by President Bush. I. Scooter Libby will serve no jail time for crimes committed against the American people and its government because Bush says so.

Over at the Washington Post they have this to say about our “Does Not Apply to Me” President and his commutation of Scooter Libby for high crimes against America…

President Bush Commutes Libby’s Sentence

By Amy Goldstein
Washington Post Staff Writer
Monday, July 2, 2007; 7:28 PM

President Bush today commuted the prison sentence of I. Lewis “Scooter” Libby, Vice President Cheney’s former chief of staff, sparing him the 30-month term to which he was sentenced last month for lying to federal investigators about his role in the White House leak of a CIA officer’s identity.
Bush took the action just hours after a federal appeals court ruled that Libby was not entitled to remain free while he was appealing his conviction on four felonies. - Washington Posta>

America is officially up for sale when it comes to justice. Corruption in our government is only one simple coupon away from the Vice President’s office.

Impeach Bush! Send him back to Texas or Maine or Levenworth. This is not a President but a corrupt corporate manager that just happens to be renting the White House out. This news only prooves that it is for sale to the highest bidder.

If your blood isn’t boiling over this issue no matter what political party you belong to then you are not a person that believes in what the true America is all about. Justice is blind but it is not percieved the same way that it should apply to all in the eyes of this President.

This makes me sick!

So what are you going to do about it other than bitch and moan and reading this post? Calling your State Senator or Congressional Representative is a start! Let them know that this has your blood boiling! Get involved in the damn process and fix the wrong. No man is an island and this President is not a King. Although this President would like to think he is running a Monarchy he is not. Make your calls and do your part as a law abiding American citizen. Then bitch about it to your friends, family and neighbors and tell them to do their part!

Papamoka

Cross posted at Papamoka Straight Talk

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  1. 7 Responses to “Bush Lied, Cheney Lied, Scooter is Free?”

  2. By Steve Landis on Jul 3, 2007 | Reply

    I have been largely silent for months, placing employment above the rapidly deteriorating condition of our nation at the hands of a criminal, becoming more ruthless by the day.  You might think I mean George W. Bush but the the criminal is who put Bush where he is, allows him to do what he does and will protect him to the end is: The Republican Party.  It is time for each and every Republican who continues to stand behind this President to go.  History has already shown he is the worst; history has already shown this administration is among the worst in our nation’s history; I hope history will continue to show that anyone who supported this man, this family, was as currupt as the worst mobster ever was.  It is time for each and every citizen to join the fight anew to stop this GOP once and for all by voting every last Bush supporter out of office.

  3. By Matthew O'Keefe on Jul 3, 2007 | Reply

    In some respects I have to agree with you Steve.  He is only allowed to do as he pleases if the Congress and his political supporters in that Congress look the other way.  President Bush has no respect for the law of the land because those laws do not apply to him or the Vice President. 

    With all the prescedents he has made with his signing statements I am curious to find out if a Presidential Pardon has ever been overturned by the Congress.  If there has not been one overturned then it is high time one has. 

  4. By mr bigstuff on Jul 3, 2007 | Reply

    steve landis,

    you hit the nail right smack dab on the fucking head. even though we and many more know that w is not only the worst president, he also seems to be the dumbest human of all time. upon further review however, he cannot be the dumbest human ever because the people that voted for him TWICE are even dumber. how can any american forced to sit through the mandatory education system for 12 years here in america be dumb enough to fall for this babbling, incoherent, unlearned, unread moron? with so many americans having already proved themselves to be below the minimum intelligence standards necessary to understand that w is a complete and total fool, how can this country be expected to recover from 8 years of w? do we establish re-education camps and force these w-sticker sporting retards to go back to elementary school, from first grade all the way back through 4 years of high school so that somehow they can learn to read books and newspapers and learn how to retain enough knowledge to make their own decisions so that they don’t so easily fall prey to the childish propaganda espoused by w and what’s left of the republican party?

  5. By Craig R. Harmon on Jul 3, 2007 | Reply

    Someone remind me again how much time a President Clinton spent in prison for lying to federal investigators? Oh yeh, that’s right. I remember now.

    Or how much time Sandy Burger spent in prison for intentionally stealing secret documents?

    Or how much time Marc Rich spent in prison for…

    Oh hell, forget it.

  6. By Craig R. Harmon on Jul 3, 2007 | Reply

    By the way and for the record, I disapprove of Bush’s commutation of Libby’s sentence. I’m just providing a little, um, context…yeh, that’s the word.

  7. By mr bigstuff on Jul 3, 2007 | Reply

    graig r.,

    why do you disaprove of w commuting part of scooter’s sentence? i feel that if w were half of half the man he believes himself to be, he should have fully pardoned one of his few remaining friends, especially since scooter was doing w’s dirty work for him. but i reckon loyalty is still a one way street in bushville. thanx for the marc rich reference. scooter lie-be represented rich from 1985 to 2000.

  8. By Craig R. Harmon on Jul 3, 2007 | Reply

    Mr. Bigstuff,

    I disapprove of the commutation mainly because Libby was lawfully tried and convicted of a crime based upon evidence that I think makes that conviction correct and, for which crime, his penalty was within the Judge’s discretion to impose and were it I, rather than “Scooter” Libby, the chances of my obtaining a presidential Commutation are roughly nil.

    I’m not a big fan of presidential pardons, commutations and the such. They are too often based upon the ability to buy access to the ear of the President rather than upon actual merit that they are dispensed.

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