View Full Version : Documents WERE Dumped...Shades of Rose Mary Woods?

Gayle in MD
03-21-2007, 02:29 PM
www.politico.com (http://www.politico.com)

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Shades of Rose Mary Woods? An 18 day gap?

I think a commenter in our document dump research thread may have been the first to notice that the emails released by the Justice Department seem to have a gap between November 15th and December 4th of last year.

(Our commenter saw it late on the evening of the dump itself -- see the comment date-stamped March 20, 2007 02:19 AM in the research thread)

The firing calls went out on December 7th. But the original plan was to start placing the calls on November 15th. So those eighteen days are pretty key ones.

Mike Allen spotted it this evening in the Politico.

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Interesting? /ccboard/images/graemlins/smirk.gif

03-21-2007, 04:32 PM
It was Rosemary's Baby

Gayle in MD
03-22-2007, 05:32 AM
LOL...Gee, it's hard to follow how Bush, who says he didn't have any knowledge about any of this, no discussions with his advisors, yet he refuses to let them go on the record, because then they wouldn['t be able to continue to give him advice...

If there isn't anything to hide, why not swear them all in?
His statements about a partisan witch hunt, are ridiculous. there are just as many Republicans outraged over this Obstruction of Justice, as Democrats. Both Specter, and Cronyn, two top Repubs, are calling for Rove, and Harriet, and others, to be sworn in to answer to the American people for what they did. As usual, the Snowjob from Bush, and Snow, bears no pertinence to the issue. Two Republicans, were calling and pressuring Attorney's, trying to get information about cases. Democrats have been investigated, seven time mor often than Republican. Every songle one of those who weren't fired, should be sworn in, and their cases check.

This is Obstruction Of Justice, and Bush thinks Gonzqales is doing a good job, along with Rumsfeld, and "Brownie"...

Why is this man still calling the shots in this country?