Saturday, January 27, 2007

Alberto, You Have Some 'Splaining To Do

Hay Dios Mio!

Poor little Albertico has been asked by the ranking minority member in the Senate Judiciary Committee, Arlen Specter, to explain why the White House is blocking "access to court filings in several suits against the warrantless surveillance conducted by the National Security Agency."
In a Friday letter to Gonzales, Specter voiced "deep concern" about what he deemed "extraordinary procedures" allegedly utilized by Justice [according to a
story by the New York Times].

"If the Times story is correct, the Department of Justice may have a conflict of interest in limiting access to key evidence on national security grounds as a means of controlling the outcome in these cases and obstructing the federal courts in their adjudications," Specter wrote, adding that he had attempted to reach Gonzales by phone before drafting the letter.
Nah, there's no conflict...nothing to see behind the curtain, move along.

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