By Brad Friedman on 4/15/2007, 10:13pm PT  

Robert Reich on today's This Week:

I think the question here is that once you start asking, 'Should the emails have been disclosed?' --- 'Which emails to disclose?' --- is that the public loses sight of what the big issue is in the background.
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The issue at stake here has to do with what the White House was trying to do with the US attorneys. What the White House was trying to do in terms of, perhaps, creating a public image of voter fraud across this country that would entitle the White House to make it more difficult for people to vote. That seems to be to be a very large issue that needs to be discussed.

Thank you, Mr. Reich. Consider it done. (For the last three years and counting.)

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