Tuesday, April 11, 2006

Tell It to the Judge, Bush

On December 30, 2003, Patrick Fitzgerald was appointed Special Counsel in charge of the Plame Affair and started considering evidence concerning a potential case against White House conspirators.

827 days later, Mr. Fitzgerald told the court that "it is hard to conceive of what evidence there could be that would disprove the existence of White House efforts to 'punish Wilson.'"

Bush claims that he selectively declassified information out of the NIE so that the US public could "see the truth." I'm sure it won't turn out this way, but I just wish the Commander-in-Chief would have to tell that story to the judge.

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