Monday, January 19, 2009

Kind of sad.

I don't see what good it does to keep Edwards in jail.

No Pardon for Libby, White House Officials Say | Newsweek Politics |
Bush's decision leaves a long line of rejected pardon applicants, many of whom have retained politically well-connected Washington lawyers, to make their case for presidential mercy in Bush's final days in the White House. Among them were junk-bond king Michael Milken, media mogul Conrad Black, former Illinois GOP governor George Ryan and former Louisiana Democratic governor Edwin Edwards.


Anonymous said...

Re EWE: If you do the crime, you have to do the time. What he finally got caught on was pay to play. He played, He should pay.

Anonymous said...

Yes, EWE should pay for his crimes. It wouldv'e been nice had he been pardoned or whatever by a president since he is old, but he wasn't. Oh well....