March 06, 2008

The permanent Republican majority: Part one

The idea that a prominent politician -- a former state governor -- could be tried on charges that many observers consider to be trumped-up, convicted in a trial that involved numerous questionable procedures, and then hauled off to prison in shackles immediately upon sentencing would be almost unbelievable. Don Siegelman, governor of Alabama...

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Posted by mcblogger at March 6, 2008 12:12 AM

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