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Dr Fate Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Oct-20-10 03:37 PM
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9. Democrats should demand a hearing where they are all under oath.
Edited on Wed Oct-20-10 03:45 PM by Dr Fate
Sounds to me like the public would be interested in hearing about such potentially illegal conflicts of interest. Seems to me like ELECTED DEMS could gain popularity with their base and with moderates if they could expose this kind of corruption with a knock-down, drag out fight.

Be neat if at the very least, DEMS could just float the idea out there- just to see what excuses the guilty parties have for not wanting to be under oath.

Would that be "far left?"

Anyone else think that ELECTED DEMS should DO SOMETHING about this? Not looking for excuses for why they wont, I'm looking for people who agree that they should respond to this.






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