Wednesday, October 05, 2005

He Said, She Said, Blah, Blah, Blah

Times reporter defends herself in CIA probe case - Yahoo! News:
"After initially promising to fire anyone found to have leaked information in the case, Bush in July offered a more qualified pledge: 'If someone committed a crime they will no longer work in my administration.'

At a news conference on Tuesday, Bush would not say whether he would remove administration officials if they are indicted by the grand jury.

'I'm not going to talk about it until the investigation is complete. And it's important that the investigation run its course,' Bush said.

Fitzgerald could bring indictments in the case or he could conclude no crime was committed and end his investigation. Lawyers involved in the case said he could signal his intentions as early as this week.

'Let's wait and see what Mr. Fitzgerald has. If he brings indictments, if he has a very serious case, then I might have to say that perhaps his zealousness with respect to this mission was justified,' Miller said.

'But if he doesn't have anything, I will wonder about why I had to spend 85 days in jail and why I may be the only one to spend time in jail,' she added."

I for one hope that Fitzgerald has a surprise in store for all of us, and not the kind that has us asking what it was all about. Miller is no saint, and it sucks that she didn't have to give on all that she knows. If this ends up another whitewash for the administration, we can all just hang it up for the future of this country once and for all.

It's not worth holding any breath for. Something stinks so bad they can smell it all the way to Denmark, but the chance of it coming to anything of substance is somewhere between slim and none. I can hardly wait to see the list of presidential pardons at the end of this term. It's gonna' be a doozy!

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