Friday, April 07, 2006

Bush Credibility Moment Number 1001

From what I have read so far, Bush doesn't seem to be denying Libby's assertion. I should also add that I don't believe Libby is telling the full story. Clearly, however, Bush once again has a credibility problem. Think Progress puts it concisely on the intelligence leaks:
A court filing by Patrick Fitzgerald yesterday revealed that, in the summer of 2003, President Bush personally authorized Scooter Libby to leak classified information to New York Times reporter Judy Miller as part of an effort to discredit former ambassador Joe Wilson.

A few months later, President Bush – publicly and repeatedly – condemned the leaking of classified information. He also pretended to have no idea who might be responsible for leaking classified information to discredit Joe Wilson.
How many credibility moments does this country need before demanding that Congress hold the president accountable? It's time. Oh brother, is it time.

1 Comments:

Anonymous S.W. Anderson said...

Amen!

What's going on with Bush and his cronies is more devious and ominous than the situation with Nixon ever was.

10:03 PM  

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