Wednesday, March 14, 2007

Bush Cover-up

This may be an inch or two ahead of the story, but it sure looks like George W. Bush himself played a direct role in the retaliatory discharge of the seven U.S. attorneys who were aggressively prosecuting corrupt Republican politicians and refusing to gin-up phony voter fraud cases.

From today's New York Times:
Questions about whether the dismissals were politically motivated have been swirling since January. But they reached a fever pitch on Tuesday with disclosures by the White House that Mr. Bush had spoken directly with Mr. Gonzales to pass on concerns from Republican lawmakers, among them Senator Pete V. Domenici of New Mexico, about the way certain prosecutors were handling cases of voter fraud.

1 comment:

Vox Populi said...

They were definitely implicated. I think it's best to get these things out there quick and keep them out there. They have coulter to do their dirty work for them ... we only have honest people telling what looks to be the truth. Thanks for your blog. Awesome. I love your area. The people there seem so kind. Unless they have changed over like the people in Tampa