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Saturday, June 23, 2007

That damned Scooter

What's Mallard raving about today?

President Clinton, Scooter Libby.

In that case, I guess Mallard won't be among the voices clamoring for Scooter to be released from jail because he's such a nice guy and because it was all Patrick Fitzgerald's fault for asking Scooter a question which he didn't want to answer honestly.

I will at least give Mallard credit for being able to draw a straight line between Scooter and the screeching about the "rule of law" as a justification for impeaching the President. Almost all of Scooter's other defenders seem perfectly willing to excuse him for his perjury with no honesty whatever.


connection said...

And then one would make the obvious distinction of what the 'perjury' was about. In one case it was a marital indiscretion, and in the other case it was outing a CIA source involved in tracking W.M.D.s in the Middle East. SEE ITS THE SAME THING!

dlauthor said...

... in an attempt to quash evidence that the war they really really wanted to start didn't have the justification they claimed.

Yep. Just like a blow job.

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