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The Rule of Law In the Wake of Clinton.

by Judith Nelson Saturday, Aug. 03, 2002 at 3:06 PM

From the book "The Rule of Law in the Wake of Clinton"

From the book "The Rule of Law in the Wake of Clinton"

Put this book in the front desk of the libary!

""The Clinton administration has also pushed for expanded government power to intercept our communications..."

"a legacy of indifference to the rule of law."

Clinton claimed executive privilege 13 times."

"The Clinton administration, more than any other, has used government power to serve private interests."

"Persisted in delaying and obstructing justice...from Mike Epsy, Webster Hubbell, Ron Brown, Hazel O'Leary.

"Linda Tripp's personnel records were released in blatant violation of the privacy act or when Clinton adopted an executive order...

Janet Reno has stood as a barrier against any investigation of Clinton's campaign irregularities...illegal fund-raising put the national interest in jeopardy."

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Yes, but Bush just stole the sh#t...

by so what are you saying about Clinton? Saturday, Aug. 03, 2002 at 3:22 PM

True, Clinton was a crappy politician (who isn't), but Bush not only stole
the election, but then exploited a national tragedy to further his corporate
agenda, and has corporate fraud up the yin yang in his checkered past
(to say nothing of him being a former cokehead.)
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