Thursday, March 22, 2007

 

I Swear to Tell Some of the Truth...

In the matter of the fired prosecutors from the DoJ, it is absolutely amazing to me that the the criminal-in-chief, George W. Bush, would make an offer to Congress to have Harriett Meirs and Karl Rove testify to John Conyers and the Judiciary Committee behind closed doors, with no record and not under oath.

Apparently, Mr. Bush doesn't want anybody in his administration to admit to anything or be on the record about anything. How the president can make a case that his deputies shouldn't be held to the same standards as the rest of us is really stretching the imagination - not only mine, but that of every thinking person in America.

Not being sworn in to testify before Congress is the ultimate abuse of power. It means that one can say whatever one pleases without the threat of perjury or comtempt of Congress ever being raised. It must be nice to be a neocon, fascist, immoral, unpatriotic pig like the people we have running this administration.

It's time for Conyers and Congress to issue subpoenas and put the president's fee to the impeachment fire. The American public has endured six-plus years of this lying, deceitful, decrepit, (did I mention immoral?) charade and this summer should be one full of non-stop incestigations, hearings and hopefully, resignations and jailings.

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