Monday, January 2, 2006
The United States Justice Department last week announced it was opening an investigation into the source of the illegal leak that exposed the fact that President Bush was illegally tapping phones and illegally reading emails of American citizens. While Congress charged that the President’s spying on Americans without a warrant is illegal, Attorney General Alberto Gonzales pointed out that leaking about illegal White House wiretapping is illegal, therefore whoever exposed the illegal wiretapping did so illegally. This comes on the heels of Special Prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald’s investigation into the source of the illegal leak that named former CIA covert operative Valerie Plame, Texas Congressman Tom DeLay’s illegal money laundering, Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist’s illegal insider trading, and the arrest of David Safavian, White House Procurement Chief for illegally impeding an FBI investigation into the illegal activities of Republican lobbyist Jack Abramoff. There’s a joke here, but I’ll be damned if I can find it.
Recent polling numbers indicate that most Americans are deeply concerned about the President’s illegal domestic spying program, Mr. Bush, while acknowledging the publics concern, has opened a public relations blitz to bring Americans around to his point of view. Unnamed White House Source Wegman (Pudgy) Waterhouse, speaking on the condition of anonymity said, “Now, we in the White House know what Americans are thinking