"THE WHOLE FUTURE OF THE COUNTRY DEPENDS ON THIS GEORGIA RUN-OFF NOW SET FOR DEC. 2nd." DICK MORRIS
Dick Morris is right that the Georgia election is a crucial one. But unfortunately he's backing the wrong candidate!
See full page article in New York’s Westchester Guardian 11/27/08 issue: SENATORS CHAMBLISS AND CLINTON VIOLATED FIRST AMENDMENT RIGHTS AND CORRUPTED FEDERAL JUDICIAL SELECTION, www.judgewatch.org/elections-2008/chambliss/westchester-guardian.pdf. See also, sidebar panel on www.judgewatch.org “Elections: Informing the Voters” posting evidence, including videotape.
Georgia voters, casting their vote in next Tuesday’s Senate run-off, must be informed of Senator Chambliss’ misconduct as presiding chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee’s May 22, 2003 public hearing to confirm President Bush’s federal judicial nominee, at the instigation of Senator Hillary Clinton, in initiating and pursuing a criminal charge against an American citizen for requesting to testify in opposition to that nominee. Such testimony stood to expose the behind-the-scenes deal-making in judgeships by Democratic and Republican Senators alike, corrupting federal judicial selection.
Our national, nonprofit, nonpartisan Center for Judicial Accountability, Inc. (CJA) emailed advance copies of this newsworthy article to Georgia newspapers and to 100 national newspapers across the country, including Associated Press, as well as the Journal News. So far, no response. Why? Because mainstream media suffers from its own conflicts of interest, causing it to protect one political party over another and CJA is charging both parties with abuse of power and betrayal of the public trust.
For that reason, as our Latest News link shows, the Chambliss-Clinton judgeship scandal has the Martin campaign on the sidelines. http://www.judgewatch.org/elections-2008/chambliss/11-26-08-to-atlanta-j-c.pdf The problem is the lack of proper press coverage of the true facts we have exposed. The public should demand that challenger Jim Martin, as well as President-Elect Obama, who shortly is expected to formally announce that Senator Clinton will be part of his “first class team” as Secretary of State designate, confront the key question our Westchester Guardian article raises: Should Senators Chambliss and Clinton be held to account for their on-the-job misconduct?
Those who voted for Senator Obama for President want, desperately need, and have a right to expect, CHANGE -- not more “sanctimonious, lying hypocrites” in public office, no matter their party label -- if “justice” here in America is to be more than a distant dream.