Wednesday, July 13, 2005

Oh My Fucking Dog!

Can't stress it enough. The Gaggle is on fire and Scottie's toast.
Q I'm going to go to another question, somewhat on the same subject, but a different vein. Let's talk about the Wilson family. Is there any regret from this White House about the effects of this leak on this family?

MR. McCLELLAN: We can continue to go round and round on all these --

Q No, no, no, no. This has nothing to do with the investigation. This is about the leak and the effects on this family. I mean, granted there are partisan politics being played, but let's talk about the leak that came from the White House that affected a family.

MR. McCLELLAN: And let me just say again that anything relating to an ongoing investigation, I'm not going to get into discussing. I've said that the past couple of days.

Q This is not -- this is about -- this is a personal -- this is not about the -- I mean about the investigation. This is about the personal business of this family, an American family, a taxpaying family, a family that works for the government of the United States. And the executive branch -- someone in the executive branch let this family down in some kind of way, shape, or form. Is there any regret from the White House that this family was affected by the leak?

MR. McCLELLAN: It doesn't change what I just said.

Watching the talking heads last night had me questioning whether Rove would pay a price for his loose lips. Reading today's Gaggle transcript, I think, YES!

4 Comments:

At 2:06 PM, Blogger Jeff Huber said...

I wish they'd really start going for the throat. Who else's name will come up in Plamegate? Cheney? Bolton? Rumsfeld? Tenet? Wolfowitz? Myers?

Jeff

 
At 2:24 PM, Blogger Capitola said...

I dare hope all of the above!

Did you read Dan Froomkin at the WaPo today? He's got a list of names...including Ari Fleisher... that Fitz is working on. Time will tell how high up the *conspiracy to cover the crime* will go.

Chimpeach!

 
At 2:56 PM, Blogger Jami said...

they're going in the right direction. bush could, and should, condemn what rove's already admitted he's done.

"should" maybe isn't a word oil heirs learn, though.

 
At 3:47 PM, Blogger Capitola said...

Shhhh. We must keep Jami's suggestion on the down low.

We don't want to give Bush an out, because if Bush did as Jami suggested and condemned Rove's admitted actions, it would be a step toward rebuilding his demolished credibility.

And we can't have that!

 

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