Also, ABC News online claims that it shows a procedural violation
as the basis of the appeal and that this particular case will
be superseded by the broader antitrust inquiry.
Like Clinton, it is hard to make a case that the determination
of one procedural issue in their favor is grounds for vindicating
them for everything they've ever done.
That, and attack and mischaracterize the accusers.
> I think you're confused. We're not talking vindication by popular opinion --
> we're talking about a COURT OF LAW siding with Microsoft against its rabid
> populist attackers.
> (BTW, you really have an aptitude for alliteration. Have you ever considered
> writing speeches for Spiro Agnew?)
> - Joe
> Joseph S. Barrera III
> The opinions expressed in this message are my own personal views.