Wednesday, March 07, 2007

Libby roundup

The Wall Street Journal, New York Post and National Review are calling for Bush to pardon Libby. The chorus is getting loud enough that the WaPo's Al Kamen is holding a "guess the pardon date" contest.

Meanwhile, Harry Reid is demanding that President Bush pledge not to pardon the Scootster, and there's even an online exchange trading Libby pardon futures.

The article also discusses the history and propriety of presidential pardons, much of which we've already covered here.

Meanwhile, attention is already turning to Dick Cheney. The consensus: his influence in the White House will probably remain undiminished.

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2 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

So, bottom line is the Wilson fiasco has been an expensive "much-ado-about-nothing." A total waste of taxpayer money. Sad thing, though, that a good man lost his career and may serve jail time all because of Wilson and Plame's lie.

Sad indeed.

JP5

3/08/2007 9:58 AM  
Blogger Not Your Mama said...

Actually I'd give it a 75% chance Cheney will resign for "health reasons". Within two months.

3/08/2007 3:39 PM  

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