Posted by Dennis Menken on February 26, 2001 at 18:42:14:
I don't know why we should be so surprised about all of this. I head on public radio tonight about a book called Deep Cover written by a DEA agent -- the book claims that deep cover agents revealed CONCRETE links to the Mexican Gornments role in DRUG SMUGGLING and the BUSH administration SNUFFED out the investigation so that NAFTA would someday pass.
The Government wants us all hooked. Shit -- why not pardon the drug trafficer if we are going let the whole MEXICAN government off the hook!
: : : In response to Dennis Menken's response to converstation between Bill Clinton and Hugh Rodham, I too am a died-in-the-wool Democrat, and have liked a lot of Clinton's policies. But these pardons sickened me. I suppose that the folks who hated him all along weren't shocked by any of this, and, of course, they can always say, "I told you so." And they'd be right. Here's something to ponder: There are tens of thousands of people sitting in our prisons for years for drug possession -- not dealing, not trafficking. Shouldn't they be pardoned before the guy who brought in 800 pounds of cocaine? I would suspect that they guys on Roger Clinton's list were more deserving of pardons than the two guys his brother-in-law was pushing.
: Steve Slavin
: : : : Bill: Hello?
: : : : Hugh: Hello, Bill?
: : : : Bill: Hi, Hughie, how yuh’all doin’?
: : : : Hugh: What can I tell you? Maybe I’ve been living down here in the sunshine state a little too long. Between brother Jeb and that Harris bitch, well it can really turn you off politics. This Florida corruption and nepotism goes way beyond anything I saw growing up around Chicago. Lemme tell you, Bill, Mayor Daley and his family didn’t have nothin’ on the Bushes. I mean, it ain’t what you know – it’s who you know. But don’t let me get started. How’s my sister doin’?
: : : : Bill: The senator? She’s excellent. In fact, on her good days, I sometimes think she’s forgotten most of the crap I’ve pulled on her.
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