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Wednesday, January 18, 2006

Hey Mainstream Media! Why Doesn't Presidential Dismantling of the Constitution Warrant the Same Intense Scrutiny as Presidential Adultery?

Published on Tuesday, January 17, 2006 by CommonDreams.org 
by Andrew Bard Schmookler
 
Eight years ago, a president entering his sixth year in office came under suspicion: had he conducted an adulterous affair with a young intern? For months thereafter, the media could talk of little else. It was the national topic of conversation for most of that year. The House eventually impeached the president, and the Senate tried him.
 
Now again, a president entering his sixth year in office has come under suspicion: has he deliberately and unjustifiably violated both the Constitution and federal statutes by conducting searches without a warrant? But this suspicion is not getting anything like the kind of media attention of the Monica Lewinsky story.
 
Why is that?
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