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Thomas’ ethical problems in the spotlight (via The Fifth Column)

Here’s a great post from the Fifth Column about Clarence Thomas and how the mainstream media is way to quiet about his back alley dealings. By the way Kay, I don’t think your tin foil hat is on too tight at all; I too think the back story about Anthony Weiner and his implications toward Clarence Thomas are being kept a wee bit quiet. The letter he sent to Thomas asking him to recuse himself, and the timing of the twitter scandal seemed to be well thought out.

Thomas' ethical problems in the spotlight I, for one, will continue to keep this issue in the spotlight on this blog.   I still believe that it is the backstory of the Anthony Weiner fiasco that everyone including, nay, especially the main stream media, ignored. As an Anthony Weiner advocate (I used to live in Queens, but not in his district, so there is an inherent affinity for Weiner, as a native son.  Aside from the geographical connection, former Rep. Anthony Weiner and former Rep. A … Read More

via The Fifth Column

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  1. June 20, 2011 at 7:31 pm

    Nothing’s going to come from that since there are no set rules for SCOTUS — only guidelines that can be crossed without repercussions. Until liberals/progressives get a majority, we’re at the mercy of these political hacks.

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  2. June 20, 2011 at 7:35 pm

    Well BTTFH, I’m glad I’m in good company! Thanks for sharing the post. 🙂

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  3. June 21, 2011 at 3:55 am

    Ben is correct. May I add that until the big money gets disconnected from politics, this will not change.
    And now I read that Obama’s biggest donors got rewarded with government positions too.
    The public gets no say in politics, only MONEY talks.
    Time for public funding and a limited campaign season.

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  4. June 21, 2011 at 7:16 am

    I think the only way to reform our system is to tear it town and start over. I don’t see that happening either.

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