This is George Bush’s accountability moment. That’s why I’m here. The mainstream media aren’t holding him accountable. Neither is Congress. So I’m not leaving Crawford until he’s held accountable. - Cindy Sheehan

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Friday, November 04, 2005

John Dean

at Smirky

He is going to be "stunned" if no one else is indicted. Here is part of what he says:

"Indeed, when one studies the indictment, and carefully reads the transcript of the press conference, it appears Libby's saga may be only Act Two in a three-act play. And in my view, the person who should be tossing and turning at night, in anticipation of the last act, is the Vice President of the United States, Richard B. Cheney."

he continues:

"His (Fitzgerald's) further example was also revealing. "Let's not presume that Mr. Libby is guilty. But let's assume, for the moment, that the allegations in the indictment are true. If that is true, you cannot figure out the right judgment to make, whether or not you should charge someone with a serious national security crime or walk away from it or recommend any other course of action, if you don't know the truth.... If he had told the truth, we would have made the judgment based upon those facts...."

Libby has thrown sand in Fitzgerald's eyes, momentarily obscuring the true malefactor in this case - Cheney. Once Fitz has had time to wipe his eyes and squeeze some of the other players in this deadly game, he is going to nail that bastard.

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