Saturday, October 15, 2005

How Many Testimonies Does It Take To Screw In A Light?

Somewhere in an anti-chamber of Washington D.C. Robert Novak sits and stares at a mirror and spews forth his bile concerning the Plame case. Hooked up to an I.V. of fresh puppy blood Novak has passed beyond his upbringing as a pop and lock fascist. He still undresses children and regularly donates to minor organizations that allow for error.

The Associated Press released an article concerning Karl Rove and his continued appearances before the grand jury, or as it is being described in Washington circles, the retch hunts of the new century. In this article is a delicate wording not to be missed.

His lawyer, Robert D. Luskin, said Special Counsel Patrick Fitzgerald "has not advised Mr. Rove that he is a target of the investigation and affirmed that he has made no decision concerning charges. The special counsel has indicated that he does not anticipate the need for Mr. Rove's further cooperation."

If you will notice above the wording, “he has made no decision concerning the charges…” So there are charges? Karl hasn’t decided whether or not he will allow himself to be charged? What we need from the Bush white house is a major event. Something like, oh I don’t know….a BLACKOUT IN BAGHDAD?

- Chris Mansel

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