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October 11, 2006

Olbermann on Habeas Corpus

Keith Olbermann digs under the Foley scandal and the news from North Korea and looks at the bill the Senate passed on Sept. 28th eliminating Habeas Corpus at the discretion of the President.  It's snarky and well worth the look.  He reminds us that Bush swore to uphold the Constitution when he came into office but seems pretty off-hand about disregarding that oath now.

Posted by Lynn Allen on October 11, 2006 at 10:04 AM in Media, National and International Politics | Permalink


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