Can you say “frog march”?

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Congressman John Conyers has upped the ante, issuing a fresh, brand spankin’ new subpoena for KKKarl Rove, requiring his appearance “to testify regarding his role in the Bush Administration’s politicization of the Department of Justice, including the US Attorney firings and the prosecution of former Alabama Governor Don Siegelman.”

Poor Karl, no friendly occupant in the White House to shelter him now. With negligible legal standing, it’s looking as though he may actually have to show up and defend himself against charges of organized politicization of hirings and firings in the Justice Department.

“Mr. Rove has previously refused to appear in response to a Judiciary Committee subpoena, claiming that even former presidential advisers cannot be compelled to testify before Congress,” Conyers’ office wrote in a release. “That ‘absolute immunity’ position was supported by then-President Bush, but it has been rejected by U.S. District Judge John Bates and President Obama has previously dismissed the claim as ‘completely misguided.'”

Elections have consequences. Let this be the first of many subpoenas issued to Bush Administration criminals. Pass the popcorn 😉 With any luck (or newly discovered spine in the House) we’ll be seeing this soon:



Link to Subpoena (PDF)


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  1. downy thingy in a flood.

  2. Yet media gives me parting shots of Chimpface boarding Marine One, and then “specials” about the features of Air Force One, and then “news” reports about how wonderful Air Force One is….and then an interview with the pilot of Air Force One…………

    The failed political hacks of previous administrations with their connections and influence use their US governmental “experience” only to find positions of wider reaching destruction in globalist oriented organizations.

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