Monday, July 18, 2005

Bush Changes Mind, Keeps Traitor Aboard

By Patricia Wilson

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Bush on Monday vowed to fire anyone found by a federal probe to have acted illegally in the exposure of a CIA agent, in a shift from a broader pledge to dismiss leakers in the case.
Asked on June 10, 2004, whether he stood by his earlier pledge to fire anyone found to have leaked the officer's name, Bush replied: "Yes." On Monday, he added the qualifier that it would have to be demonstrated that a crime was committed.


Yet another manipulation, this time intended to keep Rove around. He needs his political assassin to murder anyone who gets in the administration's way - like Wilson, or any of the others who have fallen, who stand up and point to the flaws, lies and war crimes surrounding Bush and his Iraqi money laundering greed.

Bush doesn't mind if Rove is a lying traitor - Bush has proven himself to be one.

Don't forget Scooter, Cheney's chief of staff
WASHINGTON — White House strategist Karl Rove was the first person to tell a Time magazine reporter that the wife of an administration critic worked for the CIA, the reporter said Sunday. Vice President Cheney's chief of staff, Lewis Libby, then confirmed that fact to the reporter.


It's a pack of traitors. And our soldiers die for their money - billions and billions of taxpayer dollars, of corporate payoffs, right into their hands. Karl needs to stick around to politically assassinate all their enemies in the homeland - why do you think the FBI and Homeland Security are spying on Americans? Just in case Karl needs to leak some more information, to commit more treason, to maintain their traitor grip on Washington.

Mission accomplished.