Friday, February 03, 2006

Calls For Special Prosecutor In NSA Spy Case

The calls for a special prosecutor to investigate George of the Bungle's warrantless domestic spying program are becoming louder as more people join the ranks of the dissatisfied. For some reason, that defies logic, this growing crowd does not trust Dubya's chief cheerleader in illegal activity, Attorney General Abu Gonzales. Why wouldn't the author of the torture memo and humanitarian protector of organ failure be able to apply the law to his boss? After all, he scoured the courts to find a judge who would remove the protections of the Geneva conventions from POW's by listing them as enemy combatants. He found the best judge he could. So good in fact he is now chief justice of the Supreme Court. Wink, wink, nudge, nudge.

So now who is it exactly that would appoint this independent prosecutor? An Abu Gonzales mini me?

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