Re: Mueller Report
Some responses to your recent survey about the Mueller Report reminded me of the historical story of the Mexican leader who, when given a message he did not like, shot the messenger.
I understand that people may not like what was in the Mueller investigation report, and that is a somewhat normal partisan political response. That said, I have deep concern about personal attacks on Robert Mueller, the man.
Consider: the man was a Marine officer wounded in Vietnam; a man with awards for his valor; a man selected for positions by four presidents, and validated by congressional approval. He is also a man with personal integrity, and that is a highly needed virtue in our nation.
The results based on facts of the charge he was given were just that; facts. I do not know law, but I do know words. “Insufficient evidence” does not mean there was “no” evidence, it means that there was some evidence, but not enough to prove a point in a court of law. Disagree with the facts if you will, but do not denigrate the man for finding them, and telling us about them. Thank you.
Bob and Winnie Bush,