Thursday, June 15, 2006

I want to apologize to Senator William Frist.  For some reason and I don’t know why I did it that way, my address book had Senator Frist’s name listed as Frisk.  Consequently, I have been typing it incorrectly each time I should have been typing Frist.

Also, the address I have been using is incorrect.  The correct address is: Senator William Frist, 509 Hart Senate Office Building, Washington, D.C., 20510.  Again, I apologize.

Now, do you think the libertine Democrats who demanded that Karl Rove resign will also apologize?  Over a year ago, Karl Rove was accused of leaking the name of a CIA agent.  The libertines demanded that he resign.  The libertines labeled him a criminal.  The libertines wanted his “head on a platter.”

The libertines seemed to be following this method of reasoning:

Conservative Republican advisor to the President = accusation of wrong doing.

Accusation of wrong doing = automatic presumption of guilt.

Automatic presumption of guilt = indictment.

Indictment = criminal trial.

Criminal trial = obvious conviction.

Obvious conviction from original accusation = demanded resignation since he was obviously guilty since he was accused of an illegal act.  (Fortunately for other libertine Democrats, libertine Democrats don’t use this same reasoning process when one of their own is accused of a criminal act.)

In the Peoria Journal Star was an article (June 14, 2006, page A2) proclaiming that the special prosecutor has decided that after a year plus of investigation that Karl Rove would not face indictment.  Not only was he never convicted of any criminal offense, he has never been indicted.  Do you think any of those who were demanding his resignation will apologize?      


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