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Jack Abramoff, because of his "religious dedication", received the minimum possible sentence for the charges against him. Abramoff received a 5 years, 10 months, sentence for committing fraud in the purchase of a fleet of gambling boats.
Abramoff has yet to be charged for bribing congressmen and defrauding his clients. He won't be incarcerated for his current charges for a few months as his testimony is needed in these other investigations.
Andrew "Andy" Card, Bush Administration Chief of Staff, announced his resignation last Tuesday, most likely because of Bush's current low approval ratings. Card will be succeeded by Joshua Bolten, son of a CIA employee and current head of the Office of Management and Budget.
FrogStyle applauds the efforts of correspondant Brent Morley, and his cohorts, in their efforts to cleanse the Douglas College institution. Morley is involved in a ruthless coup against corrupt elements. The aptly-named "Crush" coalition will succeed. Click on the thumbnails below to view Crush's campaign materials:
George W. Bush lied to lead America to war and, in the process, is making a lot of money for his network.
Most people don't know how far the Bush tradition of working in government, while having arms industry interests, goes.
Billed the "largest air assault since the Iraq invasion", the US military has been shown to be lying once again. "Operation Swarmer" made the cover of most major newspapers, but it was pure theatre: no shots were fired because there was no enemy to engage. Without an enemy, how can it be called an assault?
The Bush administration is planning on spending billions of dollars to defeat improvised explosive devices (IEDs) in Iraq, dishing out contract dollars to build special highways. The Pentagon is, however, pessimistic. As countermeasures are developed, the IEDs evolve accordingly.
32 congressmen are working to get the ball rolling on impeaching Bush for misleading the US into the Iraq war.
Source: Raw Story.
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