Skip to comments.Bill Clinton On Release Of Torture Memos "This Isn't Nuremberg"
Posted on 04/27/2009 11:33:04 AM PDT by Talkradio03
Lanny Davis talks to Bill Clinton on release of the torture memos, and prosecution of Bush officials, from todays washingtontimes. No doubt Bill Clinton, deep down, would love to see Bush officials prosecuted, to level his image as President...
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From the media, you’d think these “criminals” are much worse.
remember Loral and the Chinese missle targeting info????
can you say TRAITOR??????
The check cleared and now the Clintons are multimillionaires.
He ‘triangulated’ the argument.
According to Davis, he thought Obama was following what was right, but then mentioned it might set a bad precedent.
So, Davis, being topically myopic, saw Clinton as only praising BO’s decision.
I wonder if the Bush’s & Clintons work for the same people.
Put it this way - Bill Clinton and Papa Bush I think sincerely like each other. The Clintons get on a LOT better with the Bushes than with Obama.
GW and Daddy Bush were pretty easy on the Clintons and never attacked them personally. Obama and ACORN knifed Bill and Hillary in the back.
Bill and Hillary Clinton hate O. My guess is Clinton would defend Bush.
Clinton’s “legacy” improves the worse Obama looks.
Janet Reno did more to torture those in Waco than what we did to the terrorists.
Why didn’t liberals like hussein obama call for her to face persecution?
The answer is that they really didn’t care. They’d rather just play politics.
If Bill gets carried away, Obama can always have Eric Holder investigate the mysterious deaths of Vince Foster and Ron Brown.
frantzie is exactly right, Ron Brown and Vince Foster would be up for investigation, since “no one is above the law”
As for Waco in 1993, did not the Feds pump CS gas into the compound?
Anyone know about this, refresh my memory.....
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