Friday, June 18, 2004

Bush's Dirty Dozen

Kicking Ass is taking names:
The DNC has in its possession a certain file cabinet that, had it not been the actual cabinet that Republicans broke into in 1972 at the Watergate Hotel, would probably have long ago been discarded. Now, 32 years and one day after the infamous break-in that brought down a president, the cabinet is back.

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Bush's "Dirty Dozen" — the 12 investigations involving this administration, range from Halliburton no-bid contracts to lying about WMDs in Iraq, from outing a CIA operative for political revenge to Rumsfeld's refusal to turn over memos.

There are now so many scandals on so many different topics it gets hard to keep track. This is where the scandal cabinet comes in real handy. We're using it to help us keep track of all the old scandals, so we can keep our eyes out for the new ones, like Bush's secret plan to slash education, homeland security, and veteran's benefits.

Visit Kicking Ass for all the dirty details.


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