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Thursday, July 19, 2007

JON CARROLL--The death of Pat Tillman
"Three-plus years after Tillman's death, despite pressure from the Tillman family and from Congress, the administration is still stonewalling. The memory of a soldier is not nearly as important as protecting the reputations of sundry bureaucrats, past and present. Citing "executive branch confidentiality," the White House just last week refused to release the relevant documents to a congressional committee."

An example of why this administration scares me to death. And, in 10 years, I will be even more scared than I am today, because we will still be dealing the the fallout of these eight years.

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