Tuesday, April 08, 2008

Irony is dead

The Dubya maladministration and the Rethuglicans have stoned it to death, beheaded it, and drawn and quartered the carcass.

From MSNBC, we have this:
Attorney General Michael Mukasey and three other top Bush administration officials are weighing in against legislation that would allow reporters to protect the identities of confidential sources who provide sensitive, sometimes embarrassing information about the government.
On the other hand, we had this a while back:
The House Judiciary Committee on Wednesday formally recommended criminal contempt charges against former White House counsel Harriet Miers and chief of staff Joshua Bolten for their failure to comply with an investigation into the firing of eight US Attorneys.

The charges were presented in a resolution that, if passed by the House as a whole, would present a case for criminal proceedings to the US Attorney for the District of Columbia. But the justice department has said it will not purse the charges because the White House has invoked executive privilege.
"Secrecy for me, but not for thee...."

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