It might be possible, you know...NYTimes on Leahy's gauntlet
From the article:
“I do not believe in this ‘We’ll have a private briefing for you where we’ll tell you everything,’ and they don’t,” Mr. Leahy said on “This Week” on ABC, adding: “I want testimony under oath. I am sick and tired of getting half-truths on this.”
NICE! But the reality might likely be:
Dan Bartlett, counselor to Mr. Bush, has said it is “highly unlikely” that the president would waive executive privilege to allow his top aides to testify publicly. One Republican strategist close to the White House, speaking on the condition of anonymity so as not to appear to be representing the administration, said: “No president is going to let their senior staff assistant to the president go testify. Forget that. They might agree to do an informal interview, but they’ll never testify.”
Do you think it's likely that TweedleRove might testify? I'm betting it's about as likely as the NCAA championship going to the top seed...
It's nice to see some politicians looking brave. I hope it's legitimate.
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