Tuesday, March 20, 2007

Stonewalling and Threats

ExecutiveStonewall

President Bush Addresses Resignations of U.S. Attorneys
The initial response by Democrats, unfortunately, shows some appear more interested in scoring political points than in learning the facts. It will be regrettable if they choose to head down the partisan road of issuing subpoenas...I hope they don't choose confrontation. I will oppose any attempts to subpoena White House officials.

ThreatenerInChief

Yes, he's got support with me. I support the Attorney General. I told you in Mexico I've got confidence in him; I still do. I'm sorry this, frankly, has bubbled to the surface the way it has, I'm sorry that the situation has gotten to where it's got. But that's Washington, D.C. for you. You know, there's a lot of politics in this town.


ConfidenceGitmo

Liar-in-Chief says Rove and Miers can testify, in private, not under oath with no transcript. And he says we'll get the truth. Hahaha. Since there's no "national security" involved his use of executive privilege will get sticky.
Bring 'em on, Lieboy!
WH offers private chats
White House Counsel Fred Fielding, in a letter to House and Senate Judiciary Committee leaders, proposed that the officials be interviewed without being put under oath and with no transcript taken.


Against the law? If the attorneys were fired to interfere with a valid prosecution, or to punish them for not misusing their offices, that may well have been illegal. LA Times Bush warns Dems against 'partisan fishing expedition'

The two pics below are not shopped but also from today.
Karl Rove accompanied Bush on his photo op trips and back to the White House.
What is the button Karl is wearing?
KarlButton
The book...what's he trying to tell us?
KarlButtonBook
Khrushchev's Cold War:
The Inside Story of an American Adversary

Khrushchev's Cold War
Who's the American adversary here?
Khrushchev or Karl Rove?

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