Missing Bush Gonzales E-mails Found on RNC Server at Bottom of Potomac River

Unconfirmed sources report that an RNC server that contained back-up’s of ‘deleted’ emails from President Bush to Alberto Gonzales has been found. The server, a Dell PowerEdge sc440, was found in the Potomac river just under the 11st bridge. The blade type server was recovered and taken to the FBI where forensic technicians were able to recover thousands possibly incriminating e-mails sent between top White House officials using RNC e-mail accounts.

“I was doing a bit of diving under the bridge when I looked up and saw a splash.” Says D.C. native Kenneth Clarkston, who was scuba diving under the bridge four days ago. “I saw the splash above me and then the server just drifted down to me. I put out may hands and it fell right in. It was crazy, just crazy.” Clarkston admits that he spends many hours diving in the Potomac for he is looking for the lost Nixon tapes that many believe where throw into the Potomac.

“This is bad news for the President.” Says Washington watcher Keith Harris, of The Harris Group, a non-profit watchdog group. “The ‘my dog ate the hard drive’ excuse just will not cut it. There is now direct evidence that the President and his top officials are engaging in an unlawful cover up. That server didn’t just appear in the Potomac River. Somebody put it there, and that somebody is going to get the President thrown in jail for obstruction of justice.”

The FBI has possession of the server and has apparently reviewed it’s contents and delivered it the Senate Judiciary Committee that had already issued subpoenas for the records the server contained.

It looks like it is going to be a long two years for the President filled with hearings, subpoenas, fall guys and heaven knows what else.