Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Abuse of power in the age of Obama 

Thought experiment: If a Republican administration fired an inspector general watchdog under dodgy circumstances, would the story be confined to the cranky end of the blogosphere?

CWCID: Glenn Reynolds.


By Anonymous tyree, at Tue Nov 24, 10:58:00 AM:


Next Question?  

By Anonymous Anonymous, at Tue Nov 24, 11:31:00 AM:

Does that make TH "cranky"?  

By Anonymous tyree, at Tue Nov 24, 03:46:00 PM:

Perhaps, but in loving, kind sort of way.  

By Anonymous Anonymous, at Tue Nov 24, 04:53:00 PM:

Ah yes, that old compassionate conservatism thing. Gotcha.  

By Anonymous Jim - PRS, at Tue Nov 24, 09:44:00 PM:

Hell, the press went nuts when Bush's AG fired a handful of Justice Department employees who serve at the pleasure of the President.  

By Anonymous Anonymous, at Wed Nov 25, 01:37:00 PM:

I never have thought highly of Michelle Malkin's more strident screeds but, in fairness to her, she has been all over the casual illegalities of the Obama, Axelrod and Emmanuel cabal since before the election. This very story is one she championed all along, including getting interviews with the fired IG practically on the day he was let go. She is all over these crooks, doing the work the newspapers will not do.  

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