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October 28, 2005

Patience is a Virtue

Scooter Libby mug shot

Gawd, how I’ve been waiting for this.

Waiting as Randy “Duke” Cunningham sailed off into the sunset. Waiting, as Jack Abramoff and David Safavian were indicted and the latter pled guilty in that ever-widening scandal. Waiting, as Michael Brown resigned in disgrace — another little bit of Bush cronyism, gone badly awry. Waiting, as Bill Frist is investigated by the SEC for insider trading.

Finally, Tom Delay was indicted for money laundering and funnelling illegal corporate contributions to Texas State political campaigns (yes, pretty minor stuff, on the scale of his machinations but, then, they nabbed Al Capone for tax-evasion).

And now … this.

Scooter Libby indicted on 5 counts of Obstruction of Justice and Perjury, in connection with the Valerie Plame investigation. The Prosecutor has made it clear that this is but the first round. His investigation of Karl Rove (and, perhaps others) continues…

Posted by distler at October 28, 2005 2:38 PM

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Re: Patience is a Virtue

Apparently, his writing is scandalous, as well.

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