1. did nothing wrong,
2. did not lie to or mislead congress,
3. did not break any laws
by the way. She should have been fired last week.
quote:No, you fool I am accusing you of prejudice. Your mind was made up before events transpired. You did not even consider the arguments of any experts who differed from your conclusion drawn without consideration of the facts.
Just more silliness on your part. At least you're backing off the absurd position that I needed to read hours of court cases in order to reach a considered opinion.
I quoted and named several other prominent attorneys who say by explanation that Dershowitz is wrong. I've also laid out specifically in another thread why I think Dershowitz is wrong.
I take it that now that you sheeple seem to think what Dershowitz says is infallible and authoritative, which I've never done, you will all accept his opinion of Bush v. Gore and the Clinton impeachment, right?
I think the downside is to Issa. If Lerner is exonerated on any matter by a Federal Court he will be dealt a blow.
The Committee is opening up an official investigation and anything she said in yesterday's hearing could have been distorted or truncated or misapplied in the investigation and in a possible criminal proceeding.
No, you fool I am accusing you of prejudice. Your mind was made up before events transpired.
sat down there with my coffee hoping she would after her lawyer said she would plead the 5th the day before. you are a bright one.
quote:Fair point btw, as Issa claimed he hoped for the same, even as he teamed up with Gowdy to screw her into the ground if she did not testify.
It has everything to do with your point, jackass. I knew full well she and her attorney planned to take the Fifth. I hoped for something different.