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Wednesday, May 03, 2006

Howard Dean - Different Standards For Terrorists

"There's no question that Rove was the one that leaked the information about the CIA agent's name," Dean told MSNBC's Nora O'Donnell on Friday.

Isn't that interesting? I wasn't aware that Rove had been charged with anything, let alone found guilty of anything.
But, Howard Dean has different standards of justice when it comes to Osama.

"I still have this old-fashioned notion that even with people like Osama, who is very likely to be found guilty, we should do our best not to, in positions of executive power, not to prejudge jury trials," he told the Concord Monitor in Dec. 2003.

Hey, those terrorists have rights you know! Those same rights need not be extended to conservatives.

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