I think we should address criminal activity when we find it, but how many failed investigations have there been?
What can happen when we try so hard to find wrongdoing, and it is revealed that none existed, we have to find a culprit. Just ask Scooter.
The last 'investigation' trumpeted by the NYT and other liberal rags was the secret national defense meetings.
These turned out to be focused on the eradication of selected terrorists. After this was revealed to the public ( and liberals tested the waters, of course), we never heard another word about it.
Seems Americans approve of national defense, Go figure.
Our current administration does everything in secret. The promise that all important meetings , particularly on the Health care issue, "will be shown on C-Span" has turned out to be a blatant lie, as with nearly all promises made to anyone about anything.
My point was that if there were going to be investigations going on now, and we are going to spend tens of millions of dollars oin them, we ought to be looking into the in-our-face corruption that is happening every single day.
Let's just take a look at the secret agreement that he made with Big Pharm. The overt 'pay to play' nature of that deal is nearly an impeachable offense.
If we want to travel back in time in the pursuit of corruption, why not go back to the mass-murder of American citizens by bill clinton. I can't think af any other pres. who can claim that he was abloe to shoot and burn women and children and walk away unscathed.
And, while we are at it, let's take a look at the whole 'serial rapist' thing.
T. Jefferson: 'There is not a truth existing which I fear or would wish unknown to the whole world....
Says Karl Rove today
Karl Rove: ‘Closing in on Rove’ - WSJ.comJudiciary Democrats had California Rep. Adam Schiff doggedly ask me about four-year-old phone logs, emails, meetings and conversations. What did the committee discover?
Judging from the evidence released, it uncovered facts that show that my role in the U.S. attorneys issue was minimal and entirely proper. I did not conceive of the idea of removing certain U.S. attorneys, did not select those to be removed, and did not see the lists of U.S. attorneys Justice was considering to replace. I had no idea who was on the final list until Justice sent it to the White House in November 2006. No fair-minded person can review the thousands of pages of documents and testimony and conclude that I drove the process.