Accused U.S. senator calls key witness a liar
Veteran U.S. Sen. Ted Stevens of Alaska called the prosecution's star witness a liar on Friday at his corruption trial that could decide both his political future and the Senate's makeup.
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#1 Oct 17, 2008
lu? wi? may` lieu hon
#2 Oct 18, 2008
It's over for Obama.
His "crown jewel" health care plan just imploded under it's own weight in Hawaii!
The nations 1st and only attempt an universal style health care for children was shut down today.
Basically, everyone started dropping their kids off their plan and tried putting them on the government funded plan which sunk the entire program.
Yes, Obama's fantasy gov health care plan is eerily similar. Claims you can keep your plan but he's too naive to understand that millions would simply drop their plan to get so called "free" or "subsidized" ones from the government!
Just another example of a guy that gets it wrong far too often.
#3 Oct 18, 2008
#4 Oct 20, 2008
" I refused it as a gift,'' Stevens replied.''I let him put it in our basement at his request."
Ohhhhh, I see how that works. No Mr. IRS AuditMan, that is not my money. I let them put it in my bank account at their request. It doesn't belong to me.
Yea, yu da man Teddy!
#5 Oct 20, 2008
Born and raised in Alaska. I have been a single parent for 16 years. I am now a loving grandparent and still single parent. I thank Ted Stevens for all his help bringing Alaska into the 21st century. Work is available for those who want to work; industry has been supported and encouraged by Ted Stevens. I am able to make a living and support my family, and give my children a college education.
In Alaska people are different, we depend on each other. We barter and trade, we help without being asked to help. We give without expiations. I do not suppose most people will understand. Being an Alaskan is a way of life, not where you live. Ted Stevens has done more for the state of Alaska than any other politician in the United States has accomplished for their states. Alaska’s people still have a government by the people, for the people, of the people.
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