Sunday, October 09, 2005

Plausable Deniability

Kinda throws that out.

Another potential issue is whether Fitzgerald determines that Rove either purposely or inadvertently lied to the president, experts say. "The president is the top law enforcement official of the executive branch," said Rory Little, a professor of law at the University of California and a former federal prosecutor and associate attorney general in the Clinton administration. "It is a crime to make a false statement to a federal agent. If the president was asking in that capacity, and the statement was purposely false, then you might have a violation of law.

3 Comments:

Blogger The Donkey said...

Rove did nothing. Ask the Game. It was other traitor that did the dead. Rove did nothing. Keep saying it and you will be like the game.

11:35 PM, October 09, 2005  
Anonymous Democat said...

Was Bush not told about the GOP's and Diebold's plans to cheat in both elections in order to give him the plausible deniability needed to believe he was actually ELECTED rather than SELECTED President? I doubt that the powers behind the throne tell him anything more than they have to.
Also, why aren't the Bushies ashamed to have a "President" who is the equivalent of the pointy haired boss in "Dilbert"?

3:39 PM, October 11, 2005  
Anonymous Democat said...

Well?!!! Is our resident Bushie planning to answer my question re: HIS President?

2:49 PM, October 13, 2005  

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