So THAT’s Why!

(h/t Think Progress and Memeorandum)

If you have kids, you know the story. Something’s wrong, you know something’s wrong. You don’t know something’s wrong because you see that it’s wrong, you know it’s wrong because you see your child standing in front of it with an EXTREMELY innocent look on their face like, “What? Why are you looking at me, I didn’t do anything, I promise!”

It is only after you move the child do you see that your DVD player apparently tried to eat a peanut butter and jelly sandwich or your child tried to paint you a beautiful mural on the wall with mommy’s lipstick, or even that they discovered fire, only for it to burn out before anyone got there to see it.

This is kinda the approach I came to when we learned earlier that the Disastrous Duo decided to deny Democrats the documents they demanded through subpoena (yeah baby, how’s that alliteration?).

And as it turns out, there was a very good reason for Bush to declare executive privelege. Funnily enough, the man who suggested it to him, the man who is overall responsible for the investigation, tells us why:

Among other things, these communications discuss the wisdom of such a proposal,
specific U.S. Attorneys who could be removed, potential replacement candidates,
and possible responses to congressional and media inquiries about the
dismissals.

In other words… The White House is claiming executive privelege because congress wants to prove it had a hand in firing US Attorneys, and they didn’t want to give up the documents that actually proved it.

You know, I thought that was it, thanks Mr. Clement for confirming that for me.

You know, Rooster in the Hen House doesn’t work for this at all. No… Bush and Cheney in the White House is the only way to explain this stuff.

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