Tuesday, March 20, 2007

Through The Looking Glass


It looks like the Evil Empire's dirty trick squad is up to something. First came the report of a break in at Minnesota's DFL headquarters, in which a lap top was stolen. This was followded up by reports of break-in at New Hampshire's Democratic headquarters, which came five weeks after a Manchester Democratic headquarters was broken into as well. Hmmmm. Curioser and curiouser.
Could it be someone is seeking dirt on the Democrats? Maybe to justify the firings of all them federal prosecutors? Bush has already stated he will fight Congressional subpeonas of his staff in the ever growing attorney firing scandal. Perhaps learning his lesson following the perjury conviction of I. Lewis Libby, Bush said he would allow them to testify in private and not under oath (kinda sorta like his and Dick's testimony before the 9/11 commission. Am I the only one seeing a pattern here?), in other words, giving them carte blanche to lie to Congress (Hell, Bush did it, why not his staff?). Can we start impeachment yet?

8 comments:

Lizzy said...

Wow, I haven't heard about that stuff. Watergate comes to mind. But, of course, this time around, it will not end with an impending impeachment. Nothing will.

Renegade Eye said...

The Minnesota Democratic Party didn't blame the GOP. I live in MN.

As for the prosecutors, the cat is out of the bag on that issue. Too late for dirty tricks.

Frederick said...

I hope this is finaly, FINALY, something that will gain traction.

Graeme said...

I didn't hear about this stuff either

Undeniable Liberal said...

Seriously, how stupid do they think we are? If the last six years have taught us ANYTHING, it is this: Unless you put them under oath with a jail term pointed right at their heads, Republicans will look you straight in eye and lie and lie and lie. Without conscience. Without remorse. Without hesitation.
Chimperor McAwol does not want Karl Rove to testify under oath so that he can lie to Congress. It's that simple. President Bush wants Karl Rove to be able to lie to Congress. And that, my friend is the crux of the biscuit.

azgoddess said...

sounds a tad bit like watergate...eh?

and wasn't nixon just as paranoid as baby bush?

sumo said...

Add me to the list of knowing nothing about the break-ins. Deja Vu! It's definitely creepy.

Kathy said...

It's beginning to look like Bush is channeling Tricky Dick. Maybe he'll resign (cough-cough) and do us all a favor.