Thursday, June 28, 2007

White House, Congressional Democrats Heading for Showdown

High noon, pistols, ten paces, lets make this interesting.

President Bush and majority Democrats in Congress are heading toward a constitutional showdown involving the controversy over the firing of federal prosecutors. VOA's Dan Robinson reports, Democrats accuse the president and vice president of being above the law regarding that and other issues.

The White House thinking they're above the law? No, no, I just won't believe it. They are there to SERVE the people, not to make money by breaking the law. I've seen no evidence of greediness and illegal activities in the White House. Asides from a war over oil, the outing of a CIA operative, firing of federal prosecutors, hidden CIA overseas prisons, wiretaps, oh and the vice-president shooting someone in the face.

In a letter to Congress, White House counsel Fred Fielding says the president is invoking executive privilege in refusing to provide documents to committees investigating the firing of U.S. attorneys, and what Democrats believe was possible improper political influence in the matter.

At this point can't we just fire the government? I mean, they techinically work for us right?


Anonymous Anonymous said...

can't you just see the president and the vice president getting kicked out of office and then they just refuse to leave

July 03, 2007 12:07 PM  

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