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Saturday, October 29, 2005

Damn that stings

Begala Nails It Home Extra-Hard, GrandSlamDunk Style

The Fitzgerald probe, it should be noted, is the first independent investigation into alleged wrongdoing in the Bush White House. And it has hit paydirt. Contrast that with the dry holes of Whitewater, Filegate, the billing records, Vince Foster's suicide, the cattle futures, the Buddhist temple, and all the rest. Good Lord, Congress even spent two years investigating Clinton's Christmas card list. Just to list the trumped-up Clinton "scandals" is to recall how trivial -- and yet how destructive -- they were. Innocent people were impoverished, reputations were damaged, careers derailed. But at least history can give the Clinton team a clean bill of ethical health. No White House was more thoroughly investigated -- and more thoroughly exonerated. But it's telling that the first time anyone had the courage to scratch the surface of Bush, Inc., he found corruption.

And President Jr will be asked one question repeatedly anytime a rreporter's near enough to shout

"Mr President, will you be firing Karl Rove for his role in disclosing Valerie Plame's identity, seeing as how he previously asserted he was in no way involved?"

Yeah, Rove will have NO problem getting back in the swing of things, and he'll stay even MORE laser-like in his ruthless political efficiency as a result of groveling & whimpering to Patrick Fitzgerald


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