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Sunday, February 20, 2005

The Problem With One-Party Government that nobody is held accountable. What I don't understand is why moderate republicans can't accept that, as Lincoln said, "Power corrupts, and absoulute power corrupts absolutely". Now that the Republican party Neocons have control of all three branches of government, the military, and most of the press, there are terrible abuses of power taking place. The Iraq War is the black heart of all the corruption; the sign and avatar of everything that's wrong with one party government. Of course, there are no congressional hearings on the 9 Billion Dollars of taxpayer money "misplaced" by the Coalition Provisional Authority led by Paul Bremer:

There are 6 Congressional Committees investigating the Oil-for-Food (UN) scandal, yet not a single Republican Committee Chairman will call a hearing to investigate the whereabouts of 9 billion dollars missing in action.

What has emerged recently is that the corruption is beyond the scope that anyone could have possibly imagined...

Read It:

Many liberals might like to credit Clinton with our prosperity in the nineties. The truth is, however, that our system works best economically, socially, and politically, when power is balanced between the two parties. If Democrats were in a similar position as the Republicans are now, abuses of power would occur. The difference is that, if you give Democrats enough rope, they hang themselves; if you give republicans enough rope, the hangings are rarely self-inflicted.

Most Americans believe, in principle, that their government should be held accountable. If we continue to point out the corruption, the tide can yet turn.

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