|Quoting MBMBOS (Reply 79):|
Once again, I'm a liberal and don't recognize this stereotype you try so desperately to foist upon other people. Got any other labels you'd care to use? They're such timesavers.
First: If you will note I said you were using the "liberal line of reasoning." You even quoted it but you never READ it. It never calls you a liberal specifically. Why do you react as if liberal were a dirty word? You called yourself one so your reasoning is then the liberal line of reasoning isn't it? It's not my line of reasoning.
Nice attempt at redirect.
|Quoting MBMBOS (Reply 31):|
Libby still committed perjury and obstructed justice.
Guilty, by a jury of his peers.
Seems pretty clear. I'm not sure how I could have manipulated it to make it seem you meant anything else.
As for your question.
I don't know I wasn't in the court room I didn't hear the evidence.
I can say however, that based on what we know about the Plame case and why Fitzgerald was called to investigate, his whole investigation was a fishing expedition. Fitzgerald knew from day one of his investigation who leaked. Richard Armitage. He also knew from day one that no law had been broken, because the CIA
didn't object to Plame's name being used in Novak's column. End of investigation.
Why was Libby even put in the position of testifying? Why was anyone brought in to testify? Fitzgerald had his answers right off the bat. And after wasting everyone's time he comes up with the Libby indictments.
Maybe Libby really does have a bad memory, maybe he did lie, I don't know. But the investigation ought not have ever gotten to Libby in the first place since Fitzgerald had his answer, according to the MSNBC article I posted here, on day one of his investigation. So the whole thing is a load of fetid dingo's kidneys.
My post wasn't the one deleted. Are you actually going to post about the Libby trial and add something to the conversation?
|Quoting TedTAce (Reply 80):|
Quoting UALPHLCS (Reply 81):
I can say however, that based on what we know
That's like me saying 'I know the law because my dad and my uncle are judges' more from the rightwing plant er.. schill.
Case in point... I posted an article that proves When Fitzgerald knew about Armitage. Any comments on that? This is an example of how you answer that. WOW how cogent.