Wednesday, November 09, 2005

Hark, I Hear The Elephants Whine

My Way News:
Within minutes of each other, White House spokesman Scott McClellan, counsel to the vice president Steve Schmidt and the Republican National Committee all issued responses bashing Reid.

McClellan decried Reid's 'rants' as 'unbecoming of a leader of any party,' and said Americans would question 'whether Democrats are more concerned about the peoples' priorities or scoring political points at the expense of a dedicated public servant.'

Schmidt called Reid's comments 'unconscionable personal attacks and malicious,' adding: 'These are beneath the office of the Democratic leader.'

Brian Jones, the RNC's communications director, said Reid's comments were 'vicious' and accused him of spinning a 'far-flung conspiracy theory.'

Jim Manley, Reid's spokesman, brushed aside the criticism, saying 'the attack dogs on the right are just trying to personalize this debate.'

Libby's indictment in the CIA leak probe has put a spotlight on Cheney's role and how his office made the case for the Iraq war.

According to the indictment, Libby learned from Cheney on June 12, 2003, that Wilson's wife worked in the counterproliferation division of the CIA. Cheney himself could be summoned to testify at an eventual trial."

The Dems may be scoring points, and it's about time! Treason and perjury require justice, and this is just the beginning.

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