Quote from Roy Fokker
PS: Although my cynical mind tells me that there is going to be no "justice". Whatever the jury finds - for or against - my heart tells me that there is going to be millions spent on either refuting or supporting whatever jury decision is made. It's sad really, in more ways than one.
Agree with that, Roy.
I certainly feel no need to gloat, as nearly ALL politicians seem to fall into this trap more often than we'd like.
Nonetheless, it IS a sad state of affairs for the COUNTRY.
As smart and impeccable as he is about things, it amazes me that he told such obvious untruths (and yes, I do believe he is guilty as well). All I can figure is that he was intent on portecting the VP.. at whatever cost. Makes me wonder WHY???
Guess time and history will tell hte story... then again, maybe not.
What DOES bother me about all this and other recent happenings in the White House is that this is occuring in the very administration which SO touted its high moral ground, its ethics and its values... and that it wished to clean house of all the previous administration's lies and lack of moral standards.
Hey... ALL are capable of dirtying the laundry. No one party has a monopoly on virtue, none are squeaky clean, and shouting it from the rooftops of this administration does not make it so.
A bit of humility would now be in order, methinks. EVEN IF
Libby is only "charged" and not yet convicted.