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Bush's decision on whether to pardon Libby presents, 'perhaps the most dangerous tipping point facing the Bush administration,' declares Pitt. Does Bush pardon Libby to avoid 'the kind of terminal public backlash Nixon absorbed after the firing of Archibald Cox during the Watergate scandal,' or should he avoid pardoning Libby and risk Libby's decision to 'escape prison time by telling Fitzgerald what he knows?'

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This title is awfully close my article Title here ... by Professor Emeritus Peter Bagnolo on Thursday, Jun 7, 2007 at 9:50:40 PM
Fitzgerald ain't going to ask, for anything in... by meremark on Thursday, Jun 7, 2007 at 11:42:56 PM