Certainly the evidence unveiled so far suggest that this man broke the law, violated his constitutional oath and undermined our national traditions and values at a minimum, and acted treasonously at maximum. He evidently led a criminal conspiracy and should be investigated by a special prosecutor armed with subpoena powers who could, presumably, uncover this crime organization by starting at the bottom and continuing up to its highest levels - in this case, the offices of the vice president and the president of the United States. In addtion to this person's fundatmental deviousness, which aided and abetted his pursuit of unbridled political power, he shows many signs associated with common sociopaths. One telling explanation for his disregard of evidentiary rules and the like is that he is not a lawyer but a businessman and, in the era of Enron and the meltdown of Wall Street, that's perhaps not the best preparation for someone who wants to lead the nation.
Jun 3 2009 - 11:39pm