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August 25, 2006


Try reading Stuart Taylor's article in Salon that takes that NY Times article apart. There is no case here, literally. My favorite part is about how Seligman was a mile away from the time and scene of the rape at an ATM.

I find it ironic that the Bush administration would be comparing their enemies to Hitler when the Bush family fortune was built with nazi money. In October, 1942 Prescott Bush (George's grandfather) was pulled before congress to explain why his company, Union Banking Corp. of New York, was still doing business with the nazi's in violation of the Trading with the Enemy Act. The bank's doors were closed by the government but not before the Bush family had turned a tidy profit, all the while American blood was being spilled to fight the nazi's.

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