Wednesday, May 23, 2007

Monica Goodling To Testify Today

Are We Looking At A White House Of Cards?

The last time that Bush and Co. was this vulnerable was during the Valerie Plame Grand Jury investigation.

Monica Goodling, former Aide to Attorney General Gonzales, will testify today before the House Judiciary Committee. The committee will be interested in the motives behind the firings of 8 U.S. attorneys, and the true involvement of Gonzales and the White House in the matter. She is testifying under immunity for the first time.

Meanwhile, Susan Ralston, a former Aide to Karl Rove, is seeking immunity from prosecution so that she can tell all about Bush & Co's dealings with Republican Party crook Jack Abramoff.

1 comment:

rikyrah said...

I think Scooter getting convicted changed some folks' minds about 'taking one for the team'.

Yes, all the weasels will be singing soon.