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"Wait, it's just a policy difference, not criminal..." --What The Current Pussies at DoJ are Apt to Say

"Wait, it's just a policy difference, not criminal..." --What The Current Pussies at DoJ are Apt to Say

Documents released by the House Judiciary show Karl Rove told big, fat lies when he said to Congressional investigators, “Iglesias who?”

That’s not an exact quote.

Rove actually characterized himself as just the messenger in the political firings of several U.S. Attorneys in 2006.

But Bush’s super awesome failed pick for the Supreme Court, Harriet Miers said the man who looks like a huge, evil baby was a little more interested than that,

It was clear to me that he felt like he has a serious problem and that he wanted something done about it,” Ms. Miers said, recalling the call from Mr. Rove. “He was just upset. I remember his being upset.” –Bush’s Legal Eagle

Lemme just guess Rove’s defense if the something akin to criminal charges ever begin to take shape:

“WAAAAH!!! POLITICAL PROSECUTIONS!!!!”

So, a bunch of dogooders lost their jobs for being unwilling to apply the law as Karl Rove dictated. So, the former Governor of Alabama was sent to prison and will be sent back if nothing is done.

So….Netroots Nation is taking the bull by the horns:

Reporting DoJ Misconduct Scandals: Why Netroots Remains Last Hope for Justice

SATURDAY, AUGUST 15TH 1:30 PM – 2:45 PM
PANEL, 315/316  Don Siegelman will be on hand for a panel discussion and Cyril Wecht, MD, JD, an outspoken Democrat and the former coroner of Allegheny County in Pennsylvania, who was vindicated in June when federal prosecutors dropped the last of 84 felony counts against him.

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4 thoughts on “Karl Rove All Up DoJ’s Butt

  1. “Rove’s defense if the something akin to criminal charges ever begin to take shape…”

    I would pay FAT money for a seat in that courtroom!!!

    • Just read a bit on Scott Horton saying, “the documents collectively make it clear that Karl Rove was not only at the center of the dismissal of the U.S. attorneys, but also exercised close oversight over other matters at the Justice Department.”

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