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  1. Blake Bowden

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  2. drapetomaniac

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    Re: Judicial Watch Announces List of Washington's "Ten Most Wanted Corrupt Politician

    Here's another couple of lists.

    Recent Convictions, Indictments and Investigations of Members of Congress and Executive Branch Officials
    http://www.citizen.org/congress/articles.cfm?ID=17803

    Felon Job Placement Program
    http://www.dailykos.com/story/2005/2/4/55743/43830

    I have to laugh a little when I hear our news talking head talk about the corruption of other governments.

    I think we forget our own willfully.
     
  3. HKTidwell

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    That one isn't updated. Jefferson was convicted, back over the summer. As I was told years ago the best way to ruin a person is to elect them to office or give them a badge.
     
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    Yeah - Jefferson was the guy with the money in the freezer. I felt like making a citizens arrest on that one.
     
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    There was a bit of Irony in that case. I mean a guy puts hot money in a freezer hoping to cool the trail. :lol:
     
  6. Bill Lins

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    Would you call that "cold cash"? :wink:
     

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