The word on the street…

Libby gets indicted for lying to the grand jury and Rove “walks” – but not really. Fitz is apparently expanding his investigation and Rove is in no way safe or exonarated (though no doubt a lot of GOP spin doctors will make it seem that he is). In a sense, this is the worst thing for Bush, as it means the angst and questions and rumors will continue while the government operates under an ugly cloud.

The Discussion: 2 Comments

There’s another word going around on the street…Pardon.

Clinton set a fine example on how to issue those to criminals…

October 28, 2005 @ 5:10 am | Comment

Yeah, and what about the Poindexter and pardon and others from the good old GOP? No pardons i this case; it’s too controversial and Bush is suffering too much politically from the cronyism charge. I’ll place bets on it. The party would sink quickly to new lows of popularity and it simply can’t afford it at this point.

The Clinton pardons were fiercely and disgustingly over-rated, just like the Clinton blow job. If you look at many, many presidents and their pardons, Clinton’s were in no way extraordinary. And he never pardoned anyone who committed treason.

October 28, 2005 @ 5:23 am | Comment

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