Discussion in 'Politics' started by Ganymede, Jul 28, 2008.
Which then puts Jackass tracks all over this little dirty trick.
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I don't see 'em. Guy admits writing the letter, wife admits distributing the version we read, they're both righty nutcases collaborating in a lie - not a Dem in sight.
The guy also said the e-mail was tampered with, and the Air Force is Investigating.
But it is strange, no one in the News Media, seem to be interested in what the investigation found.
Not at all. They ignored the sodomised kids pretty well too.
The Jackass Crowd has a long history of electronic tricks:
Mar 28, 2006 ... McDermott, D-Wash., has acknowledged leaking a tape of a 1996 cell phone call involving Gingrich to The New York Times and other news ...
McDermott must pay $1 million in leak case
By MATTHEW DALY
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
WASHINGTON -- House Minority Leader John Boehner can collect more than $1 million in his lawsuit against Rep. Jim McDermott, D-Wash., a federal judge ruled Tuesday.
Chief Judge Thomas Hogan of the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia issued the decision in a decade-long dispute over an illegally taped telephone call. In the 1996 call, Republican leaders discussed an ethics case against then-House Speaker Newt Gingrich, R-Ga. A Florida couple recorded the cell phone call on a radio scanner, and McDermott leaked the tape to two newspapers.
Boehner, R-Ohio, sued, and a federal court found that McDermott had no right to release the calls. The Supreme Court decided in December not to revisit the case.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit, in a 5-4 decision last May, said McDermott's offense in leaking the call was especially egregious since at the time he was a senior member of the House Ethics Committee.
He didn't say he didn't write it, send it, or have his wife release it, though.
And it was full of lies.
Very very bad for Democrats to tape private phone calls and use them for political purposes, yes. I think people who surreptitiously tape private phone calls without warrants and use the info for political purposes - or any purposes - should be punished severely. Even if the subject of the phone call is Bill Clinton's penis, and the person victimized is a young woman named Monica instead of the august and powerful Newt Gingrich.
Nothing in that taped call was denied, though. And it was pretty incriminating.
So is this email, agreed ?
Really? do you know what was in the original text? Remember the statement that it was tampered with.
Only to a absolute partisan like you.
So you admit that the Democrats do commit dirty tricks that are completely Illegal, and have a long history of doing so.
Yes, this e-mail is a major dirty trick, and the Jackass has it's hoof prints all over it.
The guy said he wrote it. The wife said she forwarded it. Unless by "tampered with" he meant "not at all what I wrote", and by claiming he wrote it he really meant that he wrote a completely different email one time to his wife, what he wrote is in the email.
A pack of lies, intended to be forwarded by his wife.
Face it Buffalo, your guys got caught with their pants down. The military should throw the book at this supposed "intelligence officer".
so like is Obama going to be the next president
It remains to be seen. It depends on how much voting fraud the old Republican machine can muster this year.
Well what does tamper with mean?
tam·per1 Audio Help /ˈtæmpər/ Pronunciation Key - Show Spelled Pronunciation[tam-per] Pronunciation Key - Show IPA Pronunciation
–verb (used without object) 1. to meddle, esp. for the purpose of altering, damaging, or misusing (usually fol. by with): Someone has been tampering with the lock.
2. to make changes in something, esp. in order to falsify (usually fol. by with): to tamper with official records.
3. to engage secretly or improperly in something.
4. to engage in underhand or corrupt dealings, esp. in order to influence improperly (usually fol. by with): Any lawyer who tries to tamper with a jury should be disbarred.
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