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- n. Obsolete form of indictment.
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- n. See indictment.
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The law gets your confession and will put your name on the endictment of the person that you snitched on is that right or is that only in Texas?
I also think Obama is going to get endorsed by former Republican Sen. Lincoln Chafee in the final days of the campaign and Chafee is going to issue a devastating endictment of his colleages who voted for the Iraq War.
But, like a republican facing an endictment, I had to have my haughtiness shoved in my face to realize the error of my ways.
Thankfully, unlike a republican facing an endictment, I took the lessons of my 4-year old to heart and stopped being all superior about my parenting and worked REALLY HARD (because I think in our competitive society, judgment is encouraged) to be empathic to other parents struggling with behavior issues in public.
For, in essence, this brilliant yet understated film is a far more powerful endictment of the selfish, greedy and self serving consciousness of the Cheney/Bush administration ~ than all of Michael Moore's documentaries.
Its a sad endictment of how low our expectations have fallen that we should be pleased when Eboue is playing 'not too badly'.
But: 1) Waldo did talk about his "ties" with Hawes et al so it was a great opportunity 2) Waldo asked for it by being so blatantly uneven about what he will publish 3) THIS IS LOCAL NEWS (and more …) It’s an endictment of the widespread decay of our societal mores.
It’s really too bad that time ran out before it could be pointed out that just because a charge is not in the endictment does not absolve the players in moral and ethical responsibility for impropriety.