Then There Was Rove

February 3, 2009

roveMr. untouchable has now become touchable.  Rove and his lawyers have decided today that he will cooperate with the a federal criminal inquiry underway into the firings of nine U.S. attorneys.  My how the mighty have taken a step back and recognized they no longer have cards to play with.

Regarding the decision to cooperate with Dannehy, Luskin said that Rove “has not and will not assert any personal privileges.” He also said that in regard to the earlier probe, Rove had not done so, but had rather only “followed the guidance of the White House.”

eric-holder-confirmed-largeIt seems like Rove is starting to recognize that that old do nothing White House no longer exist.   Now the little balding fucker will have to participate.  The sweet smell of justice.  Let it continue.  Now that Eric Holder has been voted in by the senate let the prosecutions begin.

The vote was 75-21, with all the opposition coming from Republicans.

Holder’s chief supporter, Sen. Patrick Leahy, said the confirmation was a fulfillment of civil rights leader Martin Luther King’s dream that everyone would be judged by the content of their character.


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