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Wednesday, 23 August 2006 06:32

Again the GOP Rewards Dishonesty ... The Mindless, Bush's Only Success

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If this was a company, where trust is expected, yes, she would have been fired ... of course. Way deserved to be fired, and is lucky she didn't have to go to jail or be fined. This is about government elections, and that election was very, very close and she was a prime witness for the GOP ... now, as a witness in that election for the GOP, she's going to be rewarded and get her job back, so she can lie and cheat again for these criminals.

This is what is wrong with this country. The dishonesty and the rewards for cheating and lying by the Republican Party. Bush, has been rewarded just because he's still in the White House. No one ever has to be made accountable for dishonesty in the Republican Party and why the Democrats don't pound that all the way home, I don't understand. Dishonesty is rewarded, and they don't really take to people who might have an honest streak. And, yet, no one laughs or calls them on it when we hear the talk about them being the moral party for Americans. Some morality. We have people in prisons who are more honest than this Republican Party today.

Somebody probably told Way to protest the firing through her union, knowing all the time that the GOP always rewards criminal activity, especially in elections. I can't stand these dishonest bastards. From all three branches of government, the Republican Party of today is nothing but a gang of criminals, and of course, they used this young person, but she allowed herself to be used. There comes a time when everyone has to be accountable for their own actions.

Nicole Way, a King County elections employee who was fired after problems with the 2004 election, is owed back pay and the right to return to her old job, an arbitrator ruled Monday.

The absentee-ballot supervisor was fired last year in the wake of the contested governor's election after investigators found that she failed to count 100 ballots and falsified a report that said all ballots were accounted for in the November election (snip)

Way became a key witness for the Republican Party in its challenge to the 2004 governor's election between Democrat Christine Gregoire and Republican Dino Rossi.

The Seattle Times: Local News: Fired absentee-vote supervisor can get job back

We have people who never hear of these things because the Democrats are too damn polite to speak out. There has never been so much government crime out in the open since the GOP took over Congress in the nineties. The only crime wave we have today in the US is in the Republican Party.

This incident reminds me of all of those young people in Florida, in the year 2000, who were bused in by the GOP ... they all were rewarded by Bush after he was illegally placed into the White House. They are all complicit with every single crime committed by this treasonous Bush GOP. Debt, death, and destruction ... and we need accountability, not rewards, for more criminal actions. Way wasn't jailed, she just got fired, and there's nothing wrong in that. She's dishonest, along with the people she works for.

If people want change, they are going to have to demand accountability and they are going to have to start with leadership from the White House on down, then maybe we can begin to get the criminals out of this government ... or make them wish they were out of US government. This young woman took orders, no doubt ... it's time to see that crime doesn't pay in US government. Starting with the White House. What happened to the good ole days when honesty was something very private, personal, and prideful?

Except with the Bush GOP ... they seem to think like, Abel Hermant, Le Bourgeois, 1906, when he said: "I have no idea what the mind of a low-life scoundrel is like, but I know what the mind of an honest man is like: it is terrifying."

Maybe that is why we don't find honesty in the Bush administration or in their supporters, it terrifies them ... they're not used to it, however, unlike Mr. Le Bourgeois, they could tell what the mind of a lowlife scoundrel is like, and that many work for the US government and such minds are paid well.

Thanks BuzzFlash,

Shirley Smith