Justice for Cronies?

I didn’t care who President Bill Clinton (D) had sex with (or what the definition of ‘is’ was), but I wanted him removed from office in 1998/1999. Sexual impropriety aside, Clinton swore an oath in a court of law to tell the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth—then lied. Perjury is a felony, and a felonious president should be removed from office. Likewise, I. Lewis “Scooter” Libby Jr.—former chief of staff to Vice President Dick Cheney (R)—was convicted of four counts of obstruction of justice, making false statements, and perjury and sentenced to 30 months in prison and a $250,000 fine. Yesterday, President George W. Bush (R) commuted Libby’s prison sentence, proving—like presidents of both parties before him—that there is no justice for felonious cronies.

Scott Bradford has been putting his opinions on his website since 1995—before most people knew what a website was. He has been a professional web developer in the public- and private-sector for over twenty years. He is an independent constitutional conservative who believes in human rights and limited government, and a Catholic Christian whose beliefs are summarized in the Nicene Creed. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Public Administration from George Mason University. He loves Pink Floyd and can play the bass guitar . . . sort-of. He’s a husband, pet lover, amateur radio operator, and classic AMC/Jeep enthusiast.