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Author: Interested Observer 
Date:   2005-12-06 15:40:16

When an elected (or appointed) official peddles influence, it threatens the very underpinnings of our society, negatively impacting far more people than even the D.C. sniper. No other act is so deserving of ther death penalty.


 Re: Treason?
Author: Quizzical 
Date:   2005-12-06 15:47:17

Can we get that into law before the DeLay sentencing?

 Re: Treason?
Author: Paul 
Date:   2005-12-06 16:08:30

More and more as more of this b.s. surfaces does the cry go up for term limits. Three terms and you are gone . . .

 Re: Treason?
Author: Quizzical 
Date:   2005-12-06 17:07:17

By "gone" do you mean by lethal injection?

 Re: Treason?
Author: Interested Observer 
Date:   2005-12-06 17:23:43

Seriously Q,
We need the death penalty for public officials who sell out. The pendulum has swung too far in favor of these sickos who get into office by criticising the abusers who swill at the public trough and then proceed to shovel public assets to their corporate sugar daddies!

 Re: Treason?
Author: O. T. Bandwagon 
Date:   2005-12-06 18:00:01

The Right Wing agenda:

• Decrease federal revenues by denigrating the utility of taxes
• Increase federal debt by spending on "Homeland Security" and War
• Increase wealth of their sponsors and cronies by selective legislation
• Squeeze the middle class by following cheap money with usury and the end of bankruptcy protection
• Impoverish public coffers with unfunded mandates

That's where we are now. Still to come:

• Fire sale of public assets to the wealthy. Goodbye to public land, mineral resources, parks, libraries, &c
• Total control of "government" by the robber barons
• Indentured servitude for the bottom 90+%

 Re: Treason?
Author: Paul 
Date:   2005-12-06 19:39:11

lethal injection . . . interesting!

 Re: Treason?
Author: Phil Karn 
Date:   2005-12-07 01:11:53

OT Bandwagon,

You forgot a very important element of the Right Wing agenda:

Do all the things you mentioned while:

Loudly proclaiming that anyone who disagrees with you is treasonous, unpatriotic, queer, atheist, and/or unsupportive of our troops;

Waving and wrapping yourself in the flag; and

Elevating symbols to positions of hugely exaggerated importance over substance, e.g., by advocating a Constitutional amendment mandating severe criminal penalties for anyone who so much as looks crosseyed at the US flag.

All these things have proved themselves time and again extremely effective at diverting attention from the nefarious things you're really doing.

 Re: Treason?
Author: Paul 
Date:   2005-12-07 07:21:11

So ture Phil. I certain get tired of people saying that because I oppose GW that I do not support the troops. I did not know that support of bush and the troop was mutually exclusive . . . .

Author: David Dickey 
Date:   2005-12-07 07:52:27

Ain't it ironic how hypocrisy and arrogance have a way of coming around and biting you right in the @!#$?
Cunningham has found it to be true. Delay soon will. (hopefully)
Gingrich knows. Rush Limbaugh (Director of Pain Management) knows but doesn't get it.

 Re: Treason?
Author: Phil Karn 
Date:   2005-12-07 15:27:24

I actually have mixed feelings about Limbaugh's situation. I detest the man, but I also strongly oppose the "war on some drugs" as counterproductive and highly destructive of our basic freedoms. At the very least, prison is completely inappropriate for non-violent drug crimes.

If Rush is found guilty, the judge should order him to go on the air and admit that the bleeding heart liberals were indeed right all along — drug addiction is a medical problem that should be treated with compassion by the medical profession, not with contempt by the criminal justice system.

That would be a •far• worse punishment for Rush than jail time, I'm sure.

 Re: Treason?
Author: Paul 
Date:   2005-12-10 11:42:28

When is Rush going to trial and where?

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