Wednesday, August 1, 2007

Again:Bush likely to prevent aides' testimony to Congress


I have been watching this go on these past months, and wonder what's to hide if you're innocent? What has those who voted for Bush as their Dear Leader is hiding from Congress and the people? Bush's administration is so corrupt it's ashamed, and on the level of treason!

From yahoo.com

Thursday is the deadline for Karl Rove, Bush's top political adviser, to provide testimony and documents related to the firings, under a subpoena from the Senate Judiciary Committee. Also subpoenaed was White House political aide J. Scott Jennings. The Justice Department included both men on e-mails about the firings and the administration's response to the congressional investigation.
White House Counsel Fred Fielding has consistently said that top presidential aides — present and past — are immune from subpoenas and has declared the documents sought off-limits under executive privilege.


Ok! This whole executive privilege is a joke. He comes up with this: executive privilege, to get away with his sneaky ways. Bush has gotten away with alot in these last 7 years. I don't why Congress just doesn't impeach him. One reason is that Cheney would be worse. The GOP's joke of a impeach trail on Bill Clinton was insane over a blow-job. This President has lied about the war, commute Liby, and among other things. America has 18-months until he finally leaves for good.

Democratic Congress Vs. President Bush


On spending matters, the Democrats and Bush appeared to get nowhere in their breakfast meeting.
Bush has threatened vetoes or signaled veto threats against most of the 12 annual spending bills for the budget year beginning Oct. 1. The differences between Bush and Congress involve $23 billion in funding — a gap that the Democrats call small, and the White House portrays as wasteful.


Pelosi said the president was firm on his stand, but she added, "I'm not one to take no for an

answer."


Justice MH: For a woman Nancy Pelosi doesn't back down. This political war between Congress and Bush won't end until Bush is gone. Which is when America can finally get back on track!

5 comments:

The Captain said...

Whatever! Nancy said that very same thing about the first 100 days in Congress when she "vowed" to pass a bill to bring soldiers home and not to give Bush any more money for the war. The what happened? Bush got his money and the soldier are still fighting. Bush knows what he is doing and I praise President Bush in his definitive stand and wisdom in dealing with hot-headed, novices like Nancy and most of the democratic Congress that are beginners in the political game.

Justice MH said...

@Captain: Bush only get what he want because his GOP allies in Congress. You praise a man who really can care less about you. You're just black to him. Bush is a crook, and NOT a leader.

The Captain said...

Yes, I am black and Bush is doing everything my vote wanted him to do. I don't need him to know my name. The job of the President is to work for the people, not to know everyone's name. I'm sure Obama and Clinton don't know your name, yet, you will vote for one of them.

Bush is not a crook, but a smart man, which he is a great leader.

Justice MH said...

@Captain: Everything your vote wanted him to do? Like having conservatives on the supreme court make it harder for black or other races to file for discrimination. So much for your joke of a leader. He's NOT smart, he still has a GED mind level.

Yes, I would vote for Clinton or Obama because they make it be known that everyone deserves to be equal under the law!

The Captain said...

Yes, I don't mind having a "conservative" court and now that we have it, that is just one less worry to deal with for the upcoming year just in case democrats want to run crazy with their liberal ideology, such as "equal rights". That is a bunch of hogwash...everyone has equal rights.