Monday, October 31, 2005

Scooter Libby

Are you sick of the Karl Rove story YET??

Five different indictments were handed down against Vice President Dick Cheney's chief of staff, "Scooter"Libby on friday.

These indictments were the result of a two year long, seventy Million dollar investigation into who, if anyone, leaked the name of a covert (?) CIA agent, Valerie Plame, to the press.

During this investigation, it was never determined that a crime of any kind was committed in the first place, but it was determined that crimes may have been committed along the way, stemming from the investigation (into a non-crime.)

In any case, they were after Karl Rove.

The best they could do was "Scooter" Libby.

I remember the first time I ever heard of "Scooter"...

It was about thursday of week before last, when the MSM began to talk about him in conjunction with this case. Libby is by no means the "Big Fish" that the Grand Jury, or the Main Stream Media were angling for.

But he is a Bush Whitehouse person, so you can bet that they will make as much political hay with it as they can.

Rove still has not been indicted for anything.

I think this is a good idea.

We should investigate everyone in Washington, from the President, to all of our Congressmen, Senators, their Aides, Advisors, friends and family. All the way down to the Whitehouse Custodial staff.

And do a very thorough investigation on them all.

Don't just try to find out if they have committed crime, but try to determine whether they can be tricked, or coerced into committing any kind of crime, either by comission or omission over the course of a two year investigation.

Leave no stone unturned.

If there is crime or corruption in Washington, I want it exposed. Dealt with.


With the same intensity that has been directed at Karl Rove.

How many of our elected officials do you think could stand up to this kind of scrutiny?

Who do you think would be the first to fall?

Who do you believe would be the last one standing?

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