Political And Other Miscellany From A Stout Democrat In Dallas Texas.
"Politics is the only game for adults." --from Robert A. Heinlein's Double Star

Thursday, October 20, 2005

PIN HIM TO THE WALL: The often irate Hesiod proposes a strategy for chipping away at the well-tailored de facto Emperor.
If and when Patrick Fitzgerald issues his indictments against high level members of the White House staff, the first and foremost quetsion uttered by every single White House reporter until it is answered must be:

"Will the President pardon any of the indicted members of his administraioon?"

They should hammer Scott McLellan with that question, and every single Bush official who goes on Sunday talk shows, and even Bush himself when they get their precious few opportunities.

They should never let up until they get a straight "Yes," or "No" answer. It has to be definitive. No caveats, or escape hatches.

And, every single member of the Democratic party, and we bloggers, must ask this question every single day OF the news media. Force them to ask the question.

The Democrats must demand that Bush say whether he will pardon anyone every time they go on a talk show, or are interviewed. Period.
Read why, and how this is a lose-lose proposition for the Crawford Coward at "Pardon the Interruption".


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