Dear Rep. Burton:
Before we begin, I would like to assure you that I’m not writing this because you are a hypocritical fuckwad. That, I think, is obvious, and does not bear repeating. No, I want to talk to you about your “investigation” of Clinton’s pardons.
Now, I like Clinton, and I voted for him twice. However, if Mr. Clinton or anyone else committed any crimes while securing Marc Rich or anyone else’s pardons, I think they should go to jail. And you, sir, if you weren’t so blinded by spluttering rage, would recognize that your “investigation” will likely make that impossible. You are sacrificing any chance of criminal prosecution in order to make your petty political points and extract your last pound of flesh from Clinton. Do you not see that this is, um, a bad idea, or can’t you see anything cause of all the shit in your eyes?
Since your syncophants won’t tell you the truth, let me point out a few things:
Any facts you accidently uncover during your hearings will be broadcast across the country. Any half-way competent defense attorney will scream that you tainted the jury pool if anyone involved ever goes to trial;
In case you don’t get the concept, if you offer people (like Denise Rich) immunity, they are, um, immune from prosecution. Maybe your head was up your ass when Ollie North was freed on appeal. (Admittedly, Ollie’s a bad example. To you, he’s an American hero. To me, he’s a felon. Po-tay-to, Po-taaah-to.)
So, Dan, sit back and let the pros handle this. Now that the evil Democrats aren’t in power, the FBI won’t try to cover this up. :rolleyes: I realize that this means that we, the American people, will be deprived of seeing your screwed-up, half-insane visage on our TV screens, but, trust me, we are willing to make that sacrifice.