By the way the women who accused him had a history of working with CIA (this is just one link, you can always search for more if you like), so I wouldn't buy into these charges too much, in all probability when the likes of CIA get involved they can get anything done through legal or illegal means.Probably a rapist of women: most definitely a rapist of the truth and an avowed supporter of terrorism. But hey, so are half of Obama's advisers, so I guess that's the new normal.
Kinda agree with this statement, I know what he has done can be considered by some as bad, however, someone like this in politics would scare other politicians into doing the right thing and not for greed.Guest said:
I for one would vote for him, hopefully he would scare a few politicians into doing the right thing for us all....there should be more like him entering pollitics.
I agree with you on this. Politicians know what they are getting into so if they are exposed for something they have done that is unethical I have no pity for them. And it is our job to dig for this type of stuff and bring it to light. However, when you start publishing top secret documents that can get military and/or clandestine operatives killed, then I have a problem with it.Stupido said:
in short - politicians are public persons and as such, they need to held accountable for their actions; thus exposing their secrets should be considered as good deed; a deed from a citizen who is concerned for the health of the society...
but then - is he?
Does the little troll want a tasty baby to eat?
Whose place was it, Cheney's? He exposed a well established, smoothly running intel network because the handler's husband had criticized Cheney's little war industry project against that non-threat, Iraq. But don't let such facts get in your way.Tygerstrike said:
This guy leaked classified military documents to the world when it wasnt his place to do so.