Wednesday, June 07, 2006

Sauce for the Gander

So recently, Attorney General Alberto Gonzales (you remember, he took over after John Asscrack resigned) came out with this little gem on prosecuting people for leaking classified information:

"There are some statutes on the book which, if you read the language carefully, would seem to indicate that that is a possibility," he declared. "We have an obligation to enforce the law and to prosecute those who engage in criminal activity."

OK! Glad to hear you mention it, Al, because there are a few roaches in your own Easter basket. Yes, we know, it was primarily intended to keep those pesky "liberal" (read: "truthful" and "unflattering") reporters at bay, but Patrick Fitzgerald gets ever closer to the nest, doesn't he, dropping names like Karl Rove (the official ventriloquist's hand up Bush's ass), and even Dick Cheney. What WOULD Dick do if he were actually indicted? Oh, silly us, that's what Scooter Libby was for. After all, Dick can't take everyone hunting, now can he??

If you listen real close, you'll hear the rumbling of America's discontent. It's rumbling to the tune of a 30 percent approval rating. Ouch. Once this disapproval gains even more momentum and people are truly fed up beyond their endurance, you may find that these laws you established to bring the rest of us to heel now apply to you as well. That means YOU can be prosecuted for leaking classified information, too. And we all know you've done it.

Don't drop the soap, boys.


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