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Wednesday, January 28, 2009
Powers and Abilities Far Beyond Those of Mortal Men
Karl Rove has, I read this morning, been subpoenaed to testify in front of a House committee looking into the U.S. attorney firings. The article mentions that Rove has refused to comply with previous subpoenas, saying that "...former presidential advisers cannot be compelled to testify before Congress."
Interestingly, this is not the only superpower Rove has claimed to have. Over the past decade, Rove--or "Captain Turdblossom", which is his superhero identity--has attributed to himself:
Kurt Skinner of the Brookings Institution has been quoted as saying, "I'm not a continuity-nazi, but I wish they'd decide what powers he has and then stick to it."
Don'cha hope he goes to jail? Smirking superior bad guy. I'm sputtering he makes me so mad. Him and his boss.
I am NOT a nice person.
PS. You're good. You need to blog every day.
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And I wish we could have some conclusions about the power of the President, while we're at it. When it's a Republican, we're supposed to honor the office and give unquestioning support. When it's a Democrat, he is supposed to honor Congressional Republicans in bipartisanship.
I am so confused!