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Wednesday, July 21, 2004


The Left Fights Back

According to Drudge, Terry McAuliffe has filed a Freedom of Info request for:

Any and all communications relating or referring to the investigation of Samuel ("Sandy") Berger, between, correspondence (including electronic mail) between, memoranda between, phone records of communications between, meeting notes and/or minutes of meetings between, on the one hand, any official or employee of the US Department of Justice AND, on the other hand, (i) the Executive Office of the President or any unit or office thereof (including but not limited to the Office of the Vice President); (ii) any official, employee, or representative of the Republican National Committee; OR (iii) any official, employee or representative of the Bush-Cheney 2004 presidential campaign.
Obviously, we'll hear more about this in the days to come. I wonder, however, whether or not Mr. McAuliffe is interested in what Sandy was up to?

This sounds a bit like the 'secure' computer scandle involving Manuel Miranda. Again, the Dems are more interested in how we got a hold of damning information, rather than being interested in the damning information itself.

Regardless, let me state for the record that if someone did something illegal (i.e., leaked info inappropiately) he, she or they should be held accountable...and I have no doubt that they will. It would do us all well, on both sides of the asile, to remember than Lady Justice is (supposed to be) blind.


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