Anonymous asked in Politics & GovernmentPolitics · 1 decade ago

Isn't it hipocracy to point fingers at Bush/Libby and not at Clinton?

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
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    Yeh but thery are so one sided, they forgot these! A list of the people pardoned or commuted Saturday before President Clinton left office, as released by the White House:


    Benjamin Berger, Ronald Henderson Blackley, Bert Wayne Bolan ,Gloria Libia Camargo ,Charles F. Campbell ,David Ronald Chandler ,Lau Ching Chin, Donald R. Clark, Loreta De-Ann Coffman, Derrick Curry, Velinda Desalus,

    Jacob Elbaum, Linda Sue Evans, Loretta Sharon Fish, Antoinette M. Frink, David Goldstein, Gerard A. Greenfield,

    Jodie E. Israel, Kimberly Johnson, Billy Thornton Langston Jr., Belinda Lynn Lumpkin, Peter MacDonald., Kellie Ann Mann, Peter Ninemire, Hugh Ricardo Padmore, Arnold Paul Prosperi , Melvin J. Reynolds, Pedro Miguel Riveiro,

    Dorothy Rivers, Susan Rosenberg, Kalmen Stern, Cory Stringfellow, Carlo Anibal Vignali Jr., Thomas Wilson Waddell III, Harvey Weinig, Kim Allen Willis,


    Verla Jean Allen, Nicholas M. Altiere, Bernice Ruth Altschul, Joe Anderson Jr., William Sterling Anderson,

    Mansour Azizkhani, Cleveland Victor Babin Jr., Chris Harmon Bagley, Scott Lynn Bane, Thomas Cleveland Barber,

    Peggy Ann Bargon, David Roscoe Blampied, William Arthur Borders Jr, Arthur David Borel, Douglas Chrles Borel,

    George Thomas Brabham, Almon Glenn Braswell, Leonard Browder, David Steven Brown, Delores Caroylene, Burleson, aka Delores Cox Burleson, John H. Bustamante, Mary Louise Campbell, Eloida Candelaria, Dennis Sobrevinas Capili, Donna Denise Chambers, Douglas Eugene Chapman, Ronald Keith Chapman, Francisco Larois Chavez, Henry G. Cisneros, Roger Clinton, Stuart Harris Cohn , David Marc Cooper, Ernest Harley Cox Jr.,

    John F. Cross Jr., Reickey Lee Cunningham, Richard Anthony De Labio, John Deutch, Richard Douglas,

    Edward Reynolds Downe, Marvin Dean Dudley, Larry Lee Duncan, Robert Clinton Fain, Marcos Arcenio Fernandez,

    Alvarez Ferrouillet, William Dennis Fugazy, Lloyd Reid George, Louis Goldstein, Rubye Lee Gordon,

    Pincus Green, Robert Ivey Hamner, Samuel Price Handley, Woodie Randolph Handley, Jay Houston Harmon,

    John Hummingson, David S. Herdlinger, Debi Rae Huckleberry, Donald Ray James, Stanley Pruet Jobe,

    Ruben H. Johnson, Linda Jones, James Howard Lake, June Louise Lewis, Salim Bonnor Lewis, John Leighton Lodwick, Hildebrando Lopez, Jose Julio Luaces, James Timothy Maness, James Lowell Manning, John Robert Martin,

    Frank Ayala Martinez, Silvia Leticia Beltran Martinez, John Francis McCormick, Susan H. McDougal, Howard Lawrence Mechanic, Brook K. Mitchell Sr., Samuel Loring Morison, Charles Wilfred Morgan III, Richard Anthony Nazzaro, Charlene Ann Nosenko, Vernon Raymond Obermeier, Miguelina Ogalde, David C. Owen, Robert W. Palmer,

    Kelli Anne Perhosky, Richard H. Pezzopane, Orville Rex Phillips, Vinson Stewart Poling Jr, Norman Lyle Prouse,

    Willie H.H. Pruitt Jr., Danny Martin Pursley Sr., Charles D. Ravenel, William Clyde Ray, Alfredo Luna Regalado,

    Ildefonso Reynes Ricafort, Marc Rich, Howard Winfield Riddle, Richard Wilson Riley Jr, Samuel Lee Robbins, Joel Gonzales Rodriguez, Michael James Rogers, Anna Louise Ros, Gerald Glen Rust, Jerri Ann Rust, Bettye June Rutherford, Gregory Lee Sands, Adolph Schwimmer, Albert A. Seretti Jr, Patricia Campbell Hearst Shaw, Dennis Joseph Smith, Gerald Owen Smith, Stephen A. Smith , Jimmie Lee Speake, Charles Bernard Stewart, Marlena Francisca Stewart-Rollins, John Fife Symington III, Richard Lee Tannehil, Nicholas C. Tenaglia, Gary Allen Thomas,

    Larry Weldon Todd, Olga C. Trevino, Ignatious Vamvouklis, Patricia A. Van De Weerd, Christopher V. Wade, Bill Wayne Warmath, Jack Kenneth Watson, Donna Lynn Webb, Donald William Wells, Robert H. Wend, Jack L. Williams, Kavin Arthur Williams, Robert Michael Williams, Jimmie Lee Wilson, Thelma Louise Wingat, Mitchell Couey Wood, Warren Stannard Wood, Dewey Worthey, Rick Allen Yale, Joseph A. Yasak, William Stanley Yingling,

    Phillip David Young

  • 1 decade ago

    This action on Bush’s part is outrageous. He’s probably concerned that Libby might talk and implicate Cheney and Bush in the outing of a covert CIA agent and show them to be the threats to national security that they are.

    Clinton never did anything that comes close to this breach of national security and cover-up so trying to distract, as usual, by pointing to Clinton is ridiculous.

  • 1 decade ago

    It would be, if hypocrisy didn't lead to over 3000 American deaths, not to mention the outing of a CIA operative. But then, maybe having sex in the Oval Office lead to many more American deaths and the outing of many more CIA operatives. Clinton had to suffer impeachment by Republicans who had no chance of conviction, lacking 5 Senators in one charge and the defection of 5 Republican Senators in the other charge. That is what I call hypocrisy.

  • 1 decade ago

    the only case in U.S. history of a person successfully prosecuted for leaking classified information to the press - Hillary's husband pardoned the guilty party.

    On January 20, 2001, President Clinton pardoned Samuel Loring Morison, a civilian analyst with the Office of Naval Intelligence. In 1984, Morison had been convicted of providing classified satellite photos of an under-construction Soviet nuclear-powered aircraft carrier to Britain's Jane's Defence Weekly.

    He received a two-year jail sentence.

    In pardoning Morison, Clinton dismissed the advice of the CIA.

    "We said we were obviously opposed - it was a vigorous 'Hell, no,'" one senior intelligence official told the Washington Post at the time. "We think ... giving pardons to people who are convicted of doing that sends the wrong signal to people who are currently entrusted with classified information."

    Morison is the only person ever successfully prosecuted under the 1917 Espionage Act

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    No..Clinton was at least a good president. We only want justice.

  • 1 decade ago

    Everyone knows Clinton lied under oath. You have no point.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Why? Clinton didn't out a CIA official, nor did he lie about those who did. Do you really think the treasonist acts of outing an undercover security agent is the same as getting spunk on a dress?

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Your point? When has hypocrisy ever been considered when dealing with a liberal.

  • 1 decade ago

    No. Libby didn't do anything.

    Get over it.

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