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Reader Says He's Dismayed
With Supreme Court's Ruling

The following comments come from one of my loyal readers (yes, there are some of those out there :-). These are his comments, not mine.

> At 07:45 PM 6/4/98 -0400, you wrote:
> >Allan, my friend:
> >
> >I am very dismayed to hear that the Supreme Court will not hear the case
> >until later in the year, that STARR wanted to put before it to expedite
> >the Attorney-Client privilege and if Secret Service Agents should be
> >forced to testify.  I really don't see why they don't.  Don't get me 
> >wrong...I expected them to shelve this important topic.  They are too
> >busy worrying about trivial stuff.  I am totally against a Supreme Court
> >Justice to be appointed for life.  They answer to no one and do not rule
> >on laws...they interpret the laws the way they want to.  Another thing
> >that makes me ill is that all the high muckety-mucks are talking about
> >the brilliance of Clinton and his attorneys for using delaying tactics
> >(although they don't call it stone-walling).  The bottom line to all
> >this crap is "IF CLINTON IS NOT GUILTY OF BREAKING THE LAW--PUT
> >EVERYTHING ON THE TABLE AND LET THE PEOPLE DECIDE."  I am worried, my
> >friend, because everything is pointed to the fact that President Clinton
> >is selling out to the Chineses (i.e. receiving funds in exchange for
> >missle technology, allowing Chinese footing on our soil, Most-Favored
> >Nation, etc.).  Americans, over the years, have lost the edge.  They
> >used to fight for what is right, being independent, spreading liberty,
> >and helping our friends.  What has happened to us????  The average
> >American is happy paying outrageous income taxes, governmental control,
> >and giving up their rights.  All in the name of prosperity and
> >entertainment.  Every American is out for himself/herself and doesn't
> >give a damn that the President is corrupt, an adulterer, placing us in a
> >possible nuclear strike target and helping the top communist government
> >grow (China).  I am sorry for my anger and depression but when I see all
> >the lawyers and politicians talking as if this is a game...I begin to
> >worry.  RR



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