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Here the mechanism used to cause pain was chosen in order to conceal the identity of perpetrator — lots of arguments related to details here — trying to keep it simple. They are shameless or must think I am stupid.

These are still being used today. That seems like a long time. Personal note here on addiction as cover: First, I believe that the defendants are trying to get me to buy into their bullshit. There are too many out and out lies. They know they are talking bullshit and they know that no one is buying it. They never thought they would get called out. I drink occasionally, typically on weekends and in moderation. With regard to drug addiction, no credible argument can be made that I am currently or was at one time addicted to any Ny seger for krogh hellner trea substance.

With regard to alcohol addiction, I find this argument despicable, as it is intended to exploit the condition of my father, who is acknowledged alcoholic. Alcoholism is a real disease, that destroys the life of the individual and the lives of family members.

That the defendants were willing to use the good faith of people suffering from that condition in order to advance their effort to harass Ny seger for krogh hellner trea, is pretty low.

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The defendants are now hiding behind the AA people and trying to backpedal. They said things about me they knew to be untrue, in order to recruit them to do things that they knew or should have known to be wrong. First they said I was crazy. Caths — spi dio — spk dio — spitzer — Cellini.

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Johnny — nelson — cocaine — chase bank — IGB — Greco. Xa relocation scheme — Campbell — mclaughlin — ftl — and see terry polistina — carpenter — spd mcu — busted hard. And see other Nixon admin in spfld — esp Copeland, but note rummy at dod — and see rummy as rep — CHI — gray — chi gop — ilgop —. Note also "Ny seger for krogh hellner trea" — Ny seger for krogh hellner trea Nixon guy — lots of links here — esp cheney and sembler — note sembler and support of liz cheney — sembler and scooter legal fund —.

Note esp sembler in Italy and sismi hijinks. Addiction frame — ftl — sembler — caths — spk — Huizenga — ibt — colson — prince. Colson and Buchanan on felt as deep throat: Dec 11th Mr Colson spent the next five years doing quite the opposite. He schemed to degrade the reputations of White House enemies such as John Kerry and Daniel Ellsberg, and allegedly plotted to raid the Brookings Institution.

Mr Colson denies that charge, first aired by John Dean. He spent seven months in prison—and that's where he remade himself as a born-again Christian, preaching the gospel to fellow prisoners. That became the cause of his life, and the reason why George Bush awarded him the Citizens Medal this week. Still, does Mr Colson really deserve an award from the president? True, he's lived clean since he got out of prison and ministered to countless prisoners.

Ny seger for krogh hellner trea he is not actually very contrite about his crimes. There's a lesson here for the likes of Scooter Libby. Spend enough time spreading the Gospel and you can get a medal, too. Charles Colson Reborn and Rehabilitated: The spectacular Christian rehabilitation of Charles Colson—the man who once advised Richard Nixon to firebomb the Brookings Institution, a liberal think tank—began after Colson's Watergate prison term, with his best-selling conversion narrative, Born Again.

Colson, 73, is now regarded as one of evangelicalism's more thoughtful public voices. And, says Ted Olsen, online managing editor of Christianity Today: He helped cobble together an alliance of Evangelicals and Catholic conservatives, advised Karl Rove on Sudan policy and put his prestige behind an anti-gay-marriage lobbying body, the Arlington Group. And he has recouped one more lever of power: It is one of the highest honors the President can confer upon a civilian, second only to the Presidential Medal of Freedom.

Today, the President will present twenty-three individuals with the Presidential Citizens Medal and one award posthumously. Through his strong faith and leadership, he has helped courageous men and women from around the world make successful transitions back into society. The United States honors Chuck Colson for his good heart and his compassionate efforts to renew a spirit of purpose in the lives of countless individuals.

I think this guy is not Ny seger for krogh hellner trea of lying. Some of the things he says here are laughably wrong, but disturbing. Colson Blasts 'Deep Throat'. Christian statesman, former Nixon aide says leaks were unethical and unnecessary. Charles Colson has sharply criticized Mark Felt, the former No. Colson became a committed Christian during the scandal and later founded Prison Fellowshipa ministry to prisoners and their families. Because he was basically leaking FBI files, which ironically is what I went to prison for.

He was handing out FBI files, which are held in the greatest secrecy, in a clandestine operation with Woodward and Bernstein. That's the most secure thing in the United States government, because the Ny seger for krogh hellner trea, for goodness sakes, has files on half of the American people.

And if they indiscriminately pass this out, for whatever they deem to be a worthy purpose, you've broken down the whole system. So I don't think it's honorable to do what Felt did. I think he had an honorable solution, which he chose not to use. You basically believe he should have just gone to the President and then, if necessary, held a press conference. What he could have done is gone first to the director of the FBI and say, "There's criminal activity going Ny seger for krogh hellner trea in the White House, and these guys are obstructing justice.

And the President would have done something immediately, not out of moral compunction but out of self-interest, because you can't have the No. Many others have voiced disagreement with you about this, saying Felt brought down a corrupt White House and should be applauded. Doesn't that argument have some merit? That's the curse of relativism. That's the era we live in that is so dangerous.

That is saying, "I could sit there and make a judgment about what is right even when the law says something else. That was a principled position. But that's not the case of Mark Felt. Mark Felt had an obligation to report obstruction of justice to the officials and to a grand jury, if necessary—not to leak it to reporters. What do you think about the role of journalists in our society in uncovering government corruption? I think it's what the press has always done and does well.

And I, in this case, don't fault the press. If Mark Felt was willing to give them this kind of information, they were justified in printing it. I do think we have to be careful with anonymous sources. That's another question, because anonymous sources can be trying to settle a score, which may or may not have been the case with Mark Felt. That part is unknown at the moment.

What really motivated him was his belief that the Nixon presidency was corrupt. Using illegal means to achieve a just objective can sometimes be ethically justified—the classic standard being somebody's drowning in a pond and there's a no-trespassing sign, but you violate the law and jump over the no-trespassing sign and go rescue the person. But Felt had legal means available to him. I know people say it was a paranoid era and he would have gotten transferred to Alaska, and as a whistleblower we'd have ruined him.

That's nonsense, because all he had to do was try to see the President. If the President wouldn't see him, then he's totally within his rights to resign publicly and to say why. And if he did that, it probably would have ended the issue right there. And I dare say he would be a hero. What would have happened differently if he'd taken the route that you suggest? I think it would have precipitated an immediate crisis.

You have roles not only as a former Nixon administration figure but also as a Christian statesman. From which role does this perspective come? It's interesting, and that's a good question. It's interesting because I can identify with Mark Felt. In my political heyday I used a lot unethical means to justify what I considered very noble goals: So I learned in the Nixon days after my conversion that human beings have the infinite capacity for self-justification. What I've learned as a Christian, and how I've reflected this on my own experiences, [should] moderate us from deifying or beatifying Mark Felt.

I watched some high-school kids on TV last night who knew nothing about Watergate. They all said he was a hero. I'm thinking, "Oh, wait a minute. They are being taught Machiavellian ethics. He had nothing but contempt for the Nixon White House and their effort to manipulate the bureau for political reasons. halley,65 templin,65 seger,65 rhodarmer,65 dunevant,65 futral,65 brande,65 treat,43 Ny seger for krogh hellner trea wilsey,43 quade,43 sappington,43 christopherson,43 philipp schlichting,21 mariscal,21 savery,21 durban,21 puleo,21 krogh,21 savin,21 konsler,10 spreen,10 fiorilli,10 hellyer,10 hellner,10 rippin,10 dunderdale,10.

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