Thursday, March 29, 2007

"I don't recall, I don't remember..."

Oh boy, Attorney General Alberto Gonzales's then-Chief of staff D. Kyle Sampson can't remember, can't recall, can't say with certainty that Karl Rove had NOTHING to do with the idea floating around the White House that it was a swell idea to fire U.S. Attorney Patrick Fitzgerald.

Syke! Just funnin' with the would-be Madam Supreme Court Justice. You know, only to see how she might react.

Dana Milbank of the Washington Post has a great article on I-dunno-Sampson.

And here's one of the best quotes from Sampson answering a question posed by Sen. Chuck Schumer about U.S. Attorney David Iglesias: "I believe that I believed that I was the the best of my memory."

Incredibly, Iglesias was put on the attorney hit list and canned after the November elections because of his lack of aggressiveness in voter fraud cases--even though this is the very same guy the Justice Department selected to train other U.S. attorneys on how to investigate and prosecute VOTER FRAUD CASES.

What a load of crap--voter fraud indeed! The only fraud being perpetrated is the bullshit excuses by this administration for firing professional public servants.

It's come down to getting the ax for refusing to play politics with justice. That's now a firing offense in this most corrupt White House.

I've been having Watergate flashbacks all day:

"I can't recall that at this point in time."

"To the best of my recollection I can't remember at this time."

Nowadays of course it is much easier to pin down little squirmy worms due to e-mails and computer records and the like.
i also have a selective memory.. Its very helpful when I want to be a sneaky liar.
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