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At least Hatch doesn't try to transfer blame to the victims!

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Yeah, but...............

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Just my opinion, but isn't 'I am mortified....' similar to 'I withdraw the question...' in a court room procedings ? Just a slippery side step to stay on the good side himself. The words out, so now blame someone who is no longer in the picture, or on sloppy data security, and get on with politics. Professional courtesy among thieves.

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I'm sure everyone is simply mortified by all this!

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and Schummer wants a fully independent special prosecutor! I'm sure they hope to find that President Bush authorized the caper.

The best one:

'Sen. Richard Durbin, D-Ill., who said his office was targeted for the snooping, suggested that Illinois U.S. Attorney Patrick Fitzgerald be appointed as a special prosecutor by the Justice Department to review the information and make recommendations on how to proceed.'

that'll take the heat off Mayor Daley who's family is being investigated for corruption! Simply mortified!

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A link with more 'meat' to it ...
http://www.nytimes.com/2004/03/05/politics/05LEAK.html

shows that the claimed "hacking" was false and that the fault of any security lapse lies with the Democrat's "inexperienced computer coordinator".

Since certain people applaud "whistle blowers" who flat out STEAL private documents and emails and release classified documents that they are sworn to never disclose it is difficult seeing how they justify being upset over reading files easily accessible WITHOUT PASSWORDS that clearly show how the sanctimonious Democrit activies in the Judiciary Committee were so carefully orchestrated by SPECIAL INTEREST GROUPS.
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They don't need no stinkin reasons to be outraged. They

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are on the side of truth, justice, and the American Way (like detouring the federal prosecutor in Chicago who is investigating Mayor Daley).

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Yes, kind of like throwing green branches...

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to produce a lot of smoke to hide their own fires.

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