Tuesday, March 13, 2007

Under the Radar...

In reading about how White House counsel Harriet Miers (Bush's throwaway poodle) wanted to fire all the US attorneys in an article by the Washington Post, one question immediately popped into Howling Latina's brain: Why would the White House want to fire every U.S. attorney general around the start of Bush's second term in early 2005?!?


Now it wouldn't have a little something-something to do with the fact that U.S. Attorney General Patrick Fitzgerald was breathing hard down the neck of the White House darling twins, and HL ain't talking about Jenna and not-Jenna.

Think about it boys and girls; if every single last U.S. attorney were fired, that could have easily included the hard-nosed Fitzgerald; and surely no one could ever accuse his firing to political machinations since everyone else around town was getting the ax, right?!? Or is HL missing something?

No Rove almost-indictment; no Libby indictment; no light on the shenanigans of the Bush administration in outing Valerie Plame.

Yep, it would've been just another case like Bush warned of the public never finding out who the miscreants were in leaking classified information.

And to think that Little Harriet almost made it to the U.S. Supreme Court. Thank God she was just dumb enough to not make it.

Next time someone claims presidential elections don't matter, be sure to mention the name of Claude Allen as the Bush nominee for the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit and Harriet Miers as his most qualified candidate for the U.S. Supreme Court.

Saturday Night Massacre for the 21st Century.
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