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    Another embarrassment from the Kennedy clan...
    Kennedy DUI
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    Well, at least no one died in this one.

    I hope he gets the same help and understanding from the local prosecutor that Rush got...
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1911sforever
    Well, at least no one died in this one.

    I hope he gets the same help and understanding from the local prosecutor that Rush got...
    Mary Jo
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1911sforever
    Well, at least no one died in this one.

    I hope he gets the same help and understanding from the local prosecutor that Rush got...
    Rush ?? RUSH ??!!??!!

    you mean that fat hypocrite who would routinely rail out against drug users while conspiring to get for himself boat loads of that pain killer he was addicted to ???

    that he then lied about ??

    that he then tried to get others to take the rap for ??

    (NRG knows the Rush details -- I haven't googled this)

    Help me out --- did Kennedy ever go on the radio and weekly decry the scourge of DUIers ??? Did he present himself as a morally superior judge of other's conduct ??

    How many times did Kennedy drive under the influence ??

    How many times did Rush illegally get contraband drugs -- how many times did he illegally ingest them for his own dirty little pleasure ??

    was Rush's punishment fair ???
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    you liberals are so full of hate. how sad.

    life is short and your tormented souls are so withered. I pity you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dutchtrumpet
    you liberals are so full of hate. how sad.

    life is short and your tormented souls are so withered. I pity you.
    Says the bitter right wing extremist, in a thread cellebrating a DUI. Lol. Classic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BARYE
    Rush ?? RUSH ??!!??!!

    you mean that fat hypocrite who would routinely rail out against drug users while conspiring to get for himself boat loads of that pain killer he was addicted to ???

    that he then lied about ??

    that he then tried to get others to take the rap for ??

    (NRG knows the Rush details -- I haven't googled this)

    Help me out --- did Kennedy ever go on the radio and weekly decry the scourge of DUIers ??? Did he present himself as a morally superior judge of other's conduct ??

    How many times did Kennedy drive under the influence ??

    How many times did Rush illegally get contraband drugs -- how many times did he illegally ingest them for his own dirty little pleasure ??

    was Rush's punishment fair ???
    We both know there is a huge double standard here. Yes, Rush had the touch of hypocrisy. But how are the liberal elite treated when they fess up to their shortcomings? Are they subjected to a prosecutor that speaks at DemoSocialist functions about how he's going to bring them down?

    You're having a bad day, Bayre, what with no indictment for Rove and Bush demonstrating leadership in Iraq. Take comfort in the fact that the next news cycle your side will regain control of hte spin.
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    Quote Originally Posted by theBlaze74
    Says the bitter right wing extremist, in a thread cellebrating a DUI. Lol. Classic.
    Pot, kettle. Kettle, pot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dutchtrumpet
    you liberals are so full of hate. how sad.

    life is short and your tormented souls are so withered. I pity you.
    Why the surge in jingoism Dutch?
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    Quote Originally Posted by dutchtrumpet
    you liberals are so full of hate. how sad.

    life is short and your tormented souls are so withered. I pity you.
    ease up dutch -- as much as I treasure and appreciate your heart felt pity, we should all remember that we're not discussing anything as morally meaningful as say -- pitbulls.

    have a nice day
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1911sforever
    Yes, Rush had the touch of hypocrisy.
    lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1911sforever
    We both know there is a huge double standard here. Yes, Rush had the touch of hypocrisy. But how are the liberal elite treated when they fess up to their shortcomings? Are they subjected to a prosecutor that speaks at DemoSocialist functions about how he's going to bring them down?

    You're having a bad day, Bayre, what with no indictment for Rove and Bush demonstrating leadership in Iraq. Take comfort in the fact that the next news cycle your side will regain control of hte spin.
    You're quite right -- if Rove is really not indicted I will be terribly disappointed.

    I have been expecting it for months -- and I've several times written and posted links to stories speculating about it.

    Everything I've heard about what he did -- and what he said about what he did -- makes me astonished that he is not going to be indicted for obstruction of justice (at a minimum.)

    As for: "how the liberal elite gets treated for fessing up their shortcomings"

    When one presents oneself as the moral arbiter of everyone else -- a Bennett, a Swaggart, a Rush for example, you raise the bar on your own behavior -- and accordingly the level of sanction due you when you're discovered to be a flaming fat pitbull of a hypocrite.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BARYE
    You're quite right -- if Rove is really not indicted I will be terribly disappointed.
    Rove Won't Be Charged in CIA Leak Case
    Jun 13 9:54 AM US/Eastern
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    By JOHN SOLOMON
    Associated Press Writer


    WASHINGTON


    Top White House aide Karl Rove has been told by prosecutors he won't be charged with any crimes in the investigation into the leak of a CIA officer's identity, his lawyer said Tuesday, lifting a heavy burden from one of President Bush's most trusted advisers.

    Attorney Robert Luskin said that special prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald informed him of the decision on Monday, ending months of speculation about the fate of Rove, the architect of Bush's 2004 re-election now focused on stopping Democrats from capturing the House or Senate in this November's elections.



    Fitzgerald has already secured a criminal indictment against Vice President **** Cheney's former chief of staff, I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby.

    White House spokeswoman Dana Perino said Bush _ on a brief and secretive trip to Baghdad to meet with Iraq's new prime minister _ was notified that Rove had been cleared.

    "We are pleased that the special counsel has concluded his deliberations," Perino said. "Karl is, as he has been throughout the process, fully focused on the task at hand _ crafting and building support for the president's agenda."

    The announcement cheered Republicans and a White House beleaguered by war and low approval ratings. Mark Corallo, a spokesman for Rove, said Rove "is elated" and said that "we're done."

    Fitzgerald met with chief U.S. District Judge Thomas Hogan before he notified Rove. Hogan has been overseeing the grand juries in the CIA leak case. Fitzgerald's spokesman, Randall Samborn, declined comment. Asked if the CIA leak investigation is still continuing, Samborn said, "I'm not commenting on that as well at this time."

    The prosecutor called Luskin late Monday afternoon to tell him he would not be seeking charges against Rove. Rove had just gotten on a plane, so his lawyer and spokesman did not reach him until he had landed in Manchester, N.H., where he was to give a speech to state GOP officials.

    "We believe the special counsel's decision should put an end to the baseless speculation about Mr. Rove's conduct," Luskin said.

    http://www.breitbart.com/news/2006/06/13/D8I7C7N00.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by geatches
    Pot, kettle. Kettle, pot.
    The only problem is that the kettle's not really as black as the pot thinks.
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    Can we please get back to the original post here: another case of wealth, privelege and entitlement allowing a scofflaw to escape with barely a pennance. Liberal or conservative, the hipocrisy here is the annointed status of royalty that "our" congressdorks enjoy while preaching from the bullypulpit of American politics..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gasmeister
    Can we please get back to the original post here: another case of wealth, privelege and entitlement allowing a scofflaw to escape with barely a pennance. Liberal or conservative, the hipocrisy here is the annointed status of royalty that "our" congressdorks enjoy while preaching from the bullypulpit of American politics..
    For the Kennedy’s, it's a way of life.
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    Quote Originally Posted by geatches
    For the Kennedy’s, it's a way of life.
    It could have been worse, he could have taken a swing at the police officer like others have done and then cried they were the victim.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cardio
    It could have been worse, he could have taken a swing at the police officer like others have done and then cried they were the victim.
    If he were only an black woman having a bad hair day...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gasmeister
    Can we please get back to the original post here: another case of wealth, privelege and entitlement allowing a scofflaw to escape with barely a pennance. Liberal or conservative, the hipocrisy here is the annointed status of royalty that "our" congressdorks enjoy while preaching from the bullypulpit of American politics..
    Fact is money pays for the best representation. I'll point to the finest (worse?) example of OJ.
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    Quote Originally Posted by daThomas
    Fact is money pays for the best representation. I'll point to the finest (worse?) example of OJ.
    True, but sad.
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