Novak Off the Hook: Skull and Bones takes over Plame Investigation

Unconfirmed sources report the Valerie Plame leak investigation will take a new direction. President George W. Bush has installed former Yale classmate and fellow member of the Yale Skull and Bones Secret Society, Robert McCallum to oversee the investigation of Robert Novak and Karl Rove.

With Associate Attorney General Robert McCallum in place to “over-see” the investigation on behalf of the Yale Skull and Bones Secret society, Special counsel Patrick Fitzgerald has been instructed to focus his inquiry on the real leakers Valerie Plame and Ambassador Joe Wilson.

The unofficial spokesmen of the Yale Skull and Bones Secret society know only by his society name of “Deep Throater” explained the groups plans for the investigation. “First we plan on letting Karl Rove off the hook so he can get back to work master minding the end of Democracy, then we plan on giving Robert Novak a free pass if he will continue to be our lap dog media puppet.”

Members of Senate Ethics committee members are concerned the Yale Skull and Bones will not pursue the case to it’s end. Indifferent to criticism The President is thrilled to have a fellow member of his secret society investigating the wrong doing of his administration. Mr. Bush was quoted “Now we can really show the people what a first class Presidential cover up looks like.”

“Deep Throater” went on to explain the Yale Skull and Bones Secret society’s main goal is to rule the halls of power and maintain the benefits of the privileged elite. “With Associate Attorney General Robert McCallum looking after the interests of the Yale Skull and Bones Secret society I guarantee Valerie Plame and Ambassador Joe Wilson will be indicted.”

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