Trust us, because we don't trust you* [updated] [again]

regarding this from the below post

more from accross the pond, http://sideshow.me.uk/saug08.htm#08091305

reminds me of how much this administration is so unlike reagan's "trust, but verify"; they expect the people to trust them, but will never let the people's representatives verify anything

and another thing, how can removing civil liberty protections protect our freedoms ?? just wonderin'

and remember, stuff for me, but not for thee

* title came from sideshow post


alberto g. was a perfect example of the fox guarding the hen house, but his successor (approved by a democratically controlled senate), is tyring his best to be even more of a partisan hack

when the justice department itself finds evidence of wrongdoing, when the attorney general himself says that things have gone wrong, his response is "not every wrong, or even every violation of the law, is a crime.", and refuses to prosecute

with friends like these, who needs enemies


another example of the bush administration justice department not prosecuting bush administration officials:


if someone says the republicans are for the rule of law, laugh in their face and walk away

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