will this man indict senior white house officials?
It seems there will be some movement from the Special Prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald in the Valerie Plame Leak. His first step will be to send letters to those he has targeted throughout his nearly two year investigation. Since the beginning the white house had a definite opinion on it, Scott McClellan said "If anyone in this administration was involved in it, they will no longer be in this administration." the current White house stance on the issue is, "If someone committed a crime they will no longer work in my administration." Tomorrow it may very well be "if anyone in this administration was convicted of a crime they will no longer be in this administration." . We should expect the news any day now some are speculating as many as twenty two indictments. He could offer plea agreements, or there could also be a report saying no crime was committed, but you would wonder why miller sat in jail for so long for what would turn out to be nothing. If Fitzgerald felt the need for indictments, then there must be strong evidence of the outing of a covert CIA agent, in direct retaliation for her husband, Joe Wilson, for breaking the big lie about Iraq seeking yellow cake uranium from Niger, that bush sold to us in his state of the union address, as a reason for war. If the Special Prosecuter was to indict senior members of the bush administration, bush's approval ratings would be in the single digits. Most of these people in Washington seem to be in government for wrong reasons, it makes them money, this is how we ended up in Iraq, no one wanted to disagree too much with anyone, some lies weren't that hard to figure out, like this yellow cake uranium. Time is running out.