G W Bush back in the news
Report: Too few officials knew of surveillance
By PAMELA HESS
Associated Press Writer
The Bush White House pulled in a great quantity of information far beyond the warrantless wiretapping previously acknowledged, the IGs reported.
George Bush wouldn't trample on the very same Constitution he swore an oath to protect when he took office. Would he? Naaaaa not our Georgie boy. Say it isn't so.
The inspectors general interviewed more than 200 people inside and outside the government, but five former Bush administration officials refused to be questioned. They were Ashcroft, Yoo, former CIA Director George Tenet, former White House Chief of Staff Andrew Card and David Addington, an aide to former Vice President Dick Cheney.
Why would these people refuse to be questioned? Couldn't be they did anything illegal could it?
Maybe a special prosecutor should be brought in to investigate.