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Subject: OT: They all agree: obstructing justice is wrong...
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From: Alan Baker <alangbaker@telus.net>
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Subject: OT: They all agree: obstructing justice is wrong...
Date: Mon, 4 Dec 2017 15:01:57 -0800
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'[the] Senator said, “The facts are disturbing and compelling on the 
President's intent to obstruct justice."'

'[he also] said, “The chief law officer of the land, whose oath of 
office calls on him to preserve, protect and defend the Constitution, 
crossed the line and failed to defend the law, and, in fact, attacked 
the law and the rights of a fellow citizen...Under our Constitution, 
equal justice requires that he forfeit his office.”'

'[another] wholeheartedly agreed that obstruction of justice was a high 
crime, saying that [the president] was "in violation of the federal 
obstruction of justice law." He also expressed frustration with anyone 
who disagreed. “I am completely and utterly perplexed by those who argue 
that perjury and obstruction of justice are not high crimes and 


Oh, did I fail to mention: this was when Clinton lied about getting a 
blow-job. THAT was utterly critical to the nation.

'Sessions wasn't just following the letter of the law - he was also 
considering the importance of an ethical and moral compass that our 
country must maintain. "Of course, none of us are perfect and we often 
fail in our personal affairs, but when it comes to going to court, and 
its comes to our justice system, a great nation must insist on honesty 
and lawfulness...Our country must insist upon that for every citizen.”'