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Monday, October 31, 2005

Harry Reid gets pathetic and demands Rove to be fired

After the failure of Fitzmas to deliver an indictment against Karl Rove, instead of backing away from it Democrats pressed forward as if Rove actually was indicted. Oblivious to the reality that Rove was not indicted, Reid and other Dems pressed for Rove to be fired.

"Everyone knows Karl Rove is involved," Reid said. "If the president is a man of his word, Rove should be history."

I assume that means Fitgerald knows Rove is guilty of a crime yet chose not to indict. Interestingly enough, the Dems have withheld much criticism against Fitzgerald. I don't think he deserves criticism, but such restraint is not logically consistent with the things the Dems are saying.

"A criminal standard wasn't met. But that doesn't mean that real harm wasn't done," the New York Democrat [Schumer]said. "These agents risk their lives for us. They have operatives that risk their lives. And when you expose the name of such an agent, you do harm."

So why isn't Chucky Schumer introducing a bill in the Senate to raise the bar for a criminal standard? It is sad that the Dems look around every corner for the next prop to carry in their campaign to somehow bring Bush down. They don't care about Valerie Plame, or Cindy Sheehan, or the 2000 dead in Iraq, or Katrina victims or any of their other handy props. They use and they cast aside. When the Tom Delay trial goes south, they will throw their hero Ronnie Earle to the dogs. When you stop and evaluate their words and actions based on right and wrong instead of partisanship, you see their concern is hollow. All they want is a restoration of power.

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