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Comment: Re:Next question (Score 2, Interesting) 145

by elnico (#26183519) Attached to: Court Allows Arkansas To Hide Wikipedia Edits

After all, he's blatantly participating in a cover-up of illegal activities in the Arkansas state government.

Either that, or it's just not the job of citizens to go around doing "investigations" into relatively minor breaches of state law.

Look at it this way. Is it more likely that these journalists are true sentinels of fairness and democracy and are about to uncover a massive and elaborate plot to illegally elect Huckabee in '08, or is it more likely that they need someone concrete to point the finger at for a tabloidesque story on an ultimately inconsequential Wikipedia edit.

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