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Is Bradley Schlozman (an Bush appointee) a radical? Will he be prosecuted?

Question by : Is Bradley Schlozman (an Bush appointee) a radical? Will he be prosecuted? **Bush appointee saw Justice lawyers as ‘commies,’ ‘crazy libs,’ report says**

“Bradley Schlozman, who supervised civil rights and voting rights lawyers, broke the law by considering political affiliations in deciding who can serve, an inspector general’s report says.”

Reporting from Washington — To Bradley Schlozman, they were “mold spores,” “commies” and “crazy libs.”

He was referring to the career lawyers in the Justice Department’s civil rights and voting rights divisions. From 2003 to 2006, Schlozman was a Bush appointee who supervised them. Along with several others, he came to symbolize the midlevel political appointees who brought a hard-edged ideology to the day-to-day workings of the Justice Department.
“My tentative plans are to gerrymander all of those crazy libs right out of the section,” he said in an e-mail in 2003. “I too get to work with mold spores, but here in Civil Rights, we call them Voting Section attorneys,” he confided to another friend.

He hoped to get rid of the “Democrats” and “liberals” because they were “disloyal” and replace them with “real Americans” and “right-thinking Americans.” http://www.google.com/search?sourceid=navclient&ie=UTF-8&rls=GGLD,GGLD:2004-17,GGLD:en&q=Bush+appointee+saw+Justice+lawyers+as+%27commies%2C%27+%27crazy+libs%2C%27+report+says%2A%2A
To Pans: Of course he is not “dead right” he is an appointee to the JUSTICE system, and his job was to supervise voting/civil rights lawyers. For him to gleefully and openly characterize fellow members of the JUSTICE system in this manner will cost him his reputation and his job.

Perhaps you should grab a dictionary and look up the word “justice.”

It never ceases to amaze me that there are people in this country who endorse Hitler-esque demonization of those they disagree with.

However unpleasant it may be for those people – the fact of the matter is that HALF or more of America does not believe like you.

Get real. Best answer:

Answer by Panserbjorne
There are two sides to the political spectrum, one side is right, and the other side is wrong. And anyone in the middle is simply evil.
He’s dead right

What do you think? Answer below!


One Response to “Is Bradley Schlozman (an Bush appointee) a radical? Will he be prosecuted?”

  1. planksheer says:

    This is party hack and extremist who abused his position of authority.

    He represents the unbalanced and over zealous views of many in the Bush administration who had no business being in positions of repsonsibilty. Just like Harriet Miers, Monica Goodling, Karl Rove, and countless others – these people have no respect for the rule of law or the Constitution.

    They are seeking to expand the scope of their own social and political agendas at the expense of the well being of the nation as a whole.

    And its not legal or Constitutional.

    I don’t think this guy is going to be prosecuted but at least
    his malfeasence is coming to light.