you expressed concern over his office being raided.
why is a congressman's home sacrosanct when yours and my homes and
and didn't you just say that the bush Justice department is a partisan
gang who fires USAs because they don't go after enough democrats?
This sure doesn't look like that to me.
On 4/20/07, Booth Martin <booth@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Apparently you did, Gerald.
Gerald Magnuson wrote:
> I must have missed your concern about Rep. Jefferson, D-LA
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> On Behalf Of Booth Martin
> Sent: Friday, April 20, 2007 11:59 AM
> To: Open discssion among iSeries Users
> Subject: [CPF0000] Oops... FBI raids on lawmakers homes?
> "Another GOP Lawmaker Targeted in FBI Raid; Doolittle Resigns Key
> Committee Post
> Roll Call (via Think Progress
> <http://thinkprogress.org/2007/04/19/renzi-raid/>) reports that the FBI
> raided a business tied to the family of Rep. Rick Renzi (R-Ariz.)
> Thursday afternoon as part of an ongoing investigation, and as a result,
> Renzi is stepping down from the House Intelligence Committee. This comes
> one day after Rep. John Doolittle (R-Calif.) gave up his seat on the
> House Appropriations Committee
> - reportedly under pressure from his party's leadership - after reports
> surfaced that the FBI had raided his home in an investigation related to
> former lobbyist Jack Abramoff. "
> I must admit that this makes me very nervous. I do not like wrong doing,
> but I am not sure I like the idea of the Executive Branch having the
> ability to target individuals in the Legislative branch, either. I might
> have a tad less concern if it was not extremely clear that a sitting
> President has used his authority to force individuals under him to
> target his political adversaries. We know 8 were fired for not doing as
> directed, but we do not know how many were *not* fired because they
> *did* do as they were ordered,
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