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There's not a lot that I can add to this, except to say I'm shocked--shocked--that Karl Rove might be a party to something so unseemly. Ahem.
The permanent Republican majority:
Part one: How a coterie of Republican heavyweights sent a governor to jail
For most Americans, the very concept of political prisoners is remote and exotic, a practice that is associated with third-world dictatorships but is foreign to the American tradition. The idea that a prominent politician -- a former state governor -- could be tried on charges that many observers consider to be trumped-up, convicted in a trial that involved numerous questionable procedures, and then hauled off to prison in shackles immediately upon sentencing would be almost unbelievable.
But there is such a politician: Don Siegelman, Democratic governor of Alabama . . .
Read on at: Raw Story