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Is Danny Glover really a 'lethal weapon?'

by Dave Konkel [Moderator] / February 22, 2004 11:06 PM PST
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This says it all.
by Kiddpeat / February 22, 2004 11:11 PM PST

'President Bush can still label you a threat'. President Bush? He personally labeled Danny Glover a threat? This is silly hysteria, or mud from the left wing.

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Re: This says it all.
by Dave Konkel [Moderator] / February 23, 2004 2:29 AM PST
In reply to: This says it all.

Hi, KP.

How old were you in 1972? It may sound far-fetched to you, but Nixon had a personal "enemies list," and folks who were on it (mainly Democrats, of course) were subjected to all sorts of government harrassment, particularly annual IRS audits. Now we have a "Patriot Act,"according to which the Executive Branch can label anyone a "person of interest" or even "enemy combatant," without judicial oversight, and (s)he is subjected to the sort of harrassment described here (which is relatively mild), or at worst locked up in Gitmo without anyone being the wiser. The potential for abuse is enormous. We've always hoped that it's merely "potential;" this is anecdotal evidence that it may not be!
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How old were you in the '90s...
by Edward ODaniel / February 24, 2004 12:31 AM PST
In reply to: Re: This says it all.

Clinton had a "personal enemies list too".

IRS audits? Yep, you were presented information regarding Clinton's use of the IRS against his enemies and accusers.

As was previously stated, the "story" is for the political purpose of demonizing and FUD.

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Re: How old were you in the '90s...
by Dave Konkel [Moderator] / February 24, 2004 1:00 PM PST

Hi, Ed.

No, the accusation was made against Clinton, in most cases without any proof (the few cases where there was turned out to be justified, as when several "non-profit" conservative groups had that status revoked for partisan political activity). OTOH, there are tapes of Nixon talking over with his henchmen how to persecute folks on his list.

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