Thursday, May 22, 2008

End of the Bush era begins here


The House Judiciary Committee subpoenaed President Bush's former chief political adviser and mastermind of malice, Karl Rove, to testify about whether the White House improperly screw with the Justice Department.
It's unclear if Rove will to testify. The White House refuses to let him or other top aides testify about private conversations with Bush, claiming executive privilege to block Congress' demands.

The subpoena orders Rove to appear before the House panel on July 10. Lawmakers want to ask him about the White House's role in firing nine U.S. attorneys in 2006 and the prosecution of former Gov. Don Siegelman of Alabama.

All I can say is, it's about time. Good luck handling this man.

2 comments:

Butch said...

Just looking at this man, Bush & Cheney, makes my blood pressure rise. It is my hope that they all are brought up on charges if not by this country, then, a war crimes council in the Hague. I am not holding my breath, as we all know Bush is waiting for the eleventh hour where he will "pardon" all his minions of any crimes they have committed. One thing is he can't pardon himself!

S. Scott Craft said...

That's the scariest pic on your blog this time.