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sodomizer: The media is fanning this stupid scandal to distract us from bigger problems.Why do people keep paying attention?Are most of us dumb as shiat, or something?Or just trained so that when Big Media says "jump," we say "how high?"
Zeb Hesselgresser: sodomizer: The media is fanning this stupid scandal to distract us from bigger problems.Why do people keep paying attention?Are most of us dumb as shiat, or something?Or just trained so that when Big Media says "jump," we say "how high?"rhe·tor·i·caladjective \ri-ˈtor-i-kəl, -ˈtär-\Definition of RHETORICAL1b : employed for rhetorical effect; especially : asked merely for effect with no answer expected
Delay: The investigation has narrowed down to 60 emails between Kelley and the general. Seems the lawyer is attempting to deflect attention from his attention seeking client. Maybe her attempt to sell US government contracts was illegal?During the Republican National Convention, Kelley touted her connection with Petraeus and wanted a 2 percent commission for a no-bid coal deal with South Korea, said Adam Victor, president of TransGas Development Systems. Deputy Foreign Minister Kim Kyou-hyun weighed in Monday: "It's not suitable to the status of honorary consul that [she] sought to be involved in commercial projects and peddle influence."
tricycleracer: If she hadn't called the FBI to investigate some silly email she wouldn't be in this mess.
please: "Socialites", yuck.
whizbangthedirtfarmer: I don't see how she is in the scandal all that much. It sounds like she wrote him some naughty e-mails every now and again, but didn't do much beyond that. Did I miss something?
Rincewind53: RTFA. He sent the government a letter warning them not to break the law by leaking information to the media. Which happens quite a lot.
Dansker: What's the point of rhetorical questions?
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