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    Re: CIA and DOJ at Odds

    The point I'm making is, the original investigation was not a political one, but the one Holder is calling for now, most certainly is.

    Why else would Holder call for an investigation into something that has already been investigated?

    Obama's approval ratings had been dropping like a rock because of the health care debate, but had leveled off at around 50% last week. Now since the announcement of this political witch hunt, they are dropping yet again. Rassmusen's latest now has Obama at an all time low of 46%, and the Zogby poll released earlier today has his approval rating at 42%.

    You can call this anything you want, but don't think for a second that the American people don't know exactly what this is. They understand perfectly what President "Hope & Change" is all about now, and it sure as hell isn't what they were promised.

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    Re: CIA and DOJ at Odds

    Quote Originally Posted by Grim17 View Post
    The point I'm making is, the original investigation was not a political one, but the one Holder is calling for now, most certainly is.

    Why else would Holder call for an investigation into something that has already been investigated?

    Obama's approval ratings had been dropping like a rock because of the health care debate, but had leveled off at around 50% last week. Now since the announcement of this political witch hunt, they are dropping yet again. Rassmusen's latest now has Obama at an all time low of 46%, and the Zogby poll released earlier today has his approval rating at 42%.

    You can call this anything you want, but don't think for a second that the American people don't know exactly what this is. They understand perfectly what President "Hope & Change" is all about now, and it sure as hell isn't what they were promised.



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    You are not making a "point."

    What you are doing is exhibiting bias in its most extreme and naked form.

    Nevermind nine district attorneys were fired under Gonzalez because they were not 'Republican enough.'

    Nevermind current special prosecutor Durham is a Republican.

    Nevermind Mukasey blocked a criminal probe after the release of the OPR report, which blasted the behaviour of Bush attorneys Yoo, Baybee and Bradbury.

    Nevermind that, unlike his predecessor, Obama and his key senior aides do not interfere with the DOJ.

    According to Grim, when the DOJ is under a democratic regime anything it does is political. But when the DOJ is under a Republican regime, anything it does is apolitical.

    The rest of your post remains repetitious prattle. It is wearisome factional discourse and not worth a comment.
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    Re: CIA and DOJ at Odds

    Prof, the rules aren't that hard --

    You must give the thread the same title as the article. Stop changing the title of the article to mislead people into reading your threads.

    Abuse Issue Puts the C.I.A. and Justice Dept. at Odds

    Is that so hard?

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    Re: CIA and DOJ at Odds

    I hate to bring facts into this thread, but the CIA and DOJ have been at odds since well before Eric Holder was appointed as AG. They've been at odds since the FBI director determined that their "enhanced interrogation techniques" (aka torture) were probably in violation of the law, and the FBI agents would not be allowed to work alongside CIA agents. It has been a foregone conclusion since that point in time that heads were probably going to roll within the CIA.

    AND SHOULD.

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