Why not? After all our Dear Leader promised to have the most transparent administration in the history of the Republic.
By Fred on 2013 09 04, 4:40 pm CST
No doubt Manning thought adopting the name “Chelsea” and trying to be a woman would compel a Democrat to grant a pardon. We will see. Oddly, Manning’s lawyer is still using the pronoun “him.” Must not be an ABA member.
By B. McLeod on 2013 09 04, 5:17 pm CST
I predict the President will just ignore this. He is under no obligation even to acknowledge its receipt, much less reply. Manning is not a whistleblower, he just likes to claim he is. Diplomats are entitled to candid evaluations of situations. Transparency in such internal communications is a vice, not a virtue.
Too bad Clinton wasn’t paying attention when he pardoned Marc Rich. Unbelievably stupid move for a Rhodes scholar.
By Walt Fricke on 2013 09 05, 11:10 am CST
I don’t think that word means what you think it means. Manning revealed all sorts of lies that had been told by our Government. Sounds like a whistleblower to me.
By Fred on 2013 09 05, 4:12 pm CST
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By B. McLeod on 2013 09 05, 5:11 pm CST
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