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By davidswanson - Posted on 13 November 2008
So says Salon.com which had earlier reported on the possibility (which it now says is growing) of Bush issuing a blanket pardon.
If Obama wimps out on these criminals, and fails to prosecute these people, immediately, he will be complicit in this criminaltiy.
Our new President will sacrifice ALL his credibility right out of the gate if he doesn't pursue impeachnment and prosecution of some of the MOST HORRENDOUS crimes committed in this country in our lives.
Please show me you care Barack. Being President of a dying nation isn't your goal is it?
Also it seems that everyone thinks these crimes are not still occuring,that all of the criminal acts committed by the US government have ceased. Bush is still the prsident. Chris Dorsey, RVA4Peace
Yes, he already is complicit...I should have said even more complicit.
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