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Getting rid of Harry Reed might be tougher than anyone thought.
Posted by: mikeylikesit
Date: December 04, 2008 02:25AM
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The indictment does not say that any money is missing or that Mr. Krolicki profited or benefited, but charges that he did not provide the required accounting trail for large sums and destroyed documents related to the handling of the money.
Harry must go
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Re: Getting rid of Harry Reed might be tougher than anyone thought.
Posted by: Panopticon
Date: December 04, 2008 06:05AM
of course you meant Senator Harry M. Reid...

Even a junior DA can get a grand jury to indict, and an indictment is not a conviction, so Lt. Gov. Krolicki is presumed innocent for the moment.

what an effed up country we have judge smiley






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Re: Getting rid of Harry Reed might be tougher than anyone thought.
Posted by: mikeylikesit
Date: December 04, 2008 06:30AM
My vowel centric dyslexia doesn't make Reid more competent. He and Pelosi may well be be the undoing of this administration.
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Re: Getting rid of Harry Reed might be tougher than anyone thought.
Posted by: $tevie
Date: December 04, 2008 09:28AM
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mikeylikesit
My vowel centric dyslexia doesn't make Reid more competent. He and Pelosi may well be be the undoing of this administration.

You always manage to find the cloud behind the silver lining...



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Re: Getting rid of Harry Reed might be tougher than anyone thought.
Posted by: lafinfil
Date: December 04, 2008 09:32AM
I thought that's why Obama picked Rahm Emanuel, to keep the rank and file in line



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