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SIC

Latin, In such manner; so; thus.

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(Remember the fruitless independent counsel investigation of Carter chief of staff Hamilton Jordan's alleged cocaine use?) But Democrats quickly followed, siccing independent counsels on a host of Reagan appointees, including Labor Secretary Ray Donovan, who, upon being cleared, famously asked, "Which office do I go to to get my reputation back?"
The problem is that the IBEW has no evidence of discrimination -- so it is siccing the NLRB on newspapers in hopes they can rummage around the ad department and find something.
Here are Nixon and the Watergate conspirators plotting not only the cover-up that ultimately led to the President's downfall, but all their other astonishingly brazen dirty tricks: spying on George McGovern and Ted Kennedy, paying off the Watergate burglars, and siccing the IRS on various private citizens, including, in Nixon's words, "the Jews .