McClellan: I Don’t Know What Happened

But the book has already been ordered and shipped to thousands to deluded Left-wingers. Suckers!

At least he had the integrity to tell Congress he didn’t really have any idea what was happening.

Played. Like. A. Fiddle.


7 Responses to “McClellan: I Don’t Know What Happened”

  1. 1 William
    June 21, 2008 at 10:31 pm

    Leave it mikey to interpret an article where McClellan was instructed to lie by the President through his chief of staff as “I don’t know what happened”

    From the article YOU linked:

    “But Bush, through his chief of staff, ordered McClellan to tell reporters that White House staffers Karl Rove and Lewis “Scooter” Libby were not behind the leak, even though they both turned out to be involved, McClellan told the House Judiciary Committee.”

    Not much happened… just that the President instructed his staff to lie to the American people… not much at all.

    Only those that bought the lie are suckers.

  2. 2 docattheautopsy
    June 22, 2008 at 12:39 am

    “But Bush, through his chief of staff, ordered McClellan to tell reporters that White House staffers Karl Rove and Lewis “Scooter” Libby were not behind the leak, even though they both turned out to be involved, McClellan told the House Judiciary Committee.”

    William, they weren’t behind the leak. Armitage was the leaker. He did it of his own volition. And if McClellan thought Bush didn’t know anything about the leak, and wanted to make sure the WH was behind it’s staff, he wouldn’t come out and throw them under the bus.

    Need I remind you that the only person Fitz persecuted was Libby, and it was on perjury and obstruction charges– nothing to do with releasing Plame’s name to the media.

    Why wasn’t Armitage ever fired, or brought before Congress? Small fish, with no connection to Bush, Cheney, Libby, Rove, Satan.. whoever you want to put in there.

    Just remember– YOU wanted McClellan to testify. YOU thought he was going to be the one to bring the impeachment of Bush. And guess what– he’s not the hero you wanted. Why? HE WAS SELLING BOOKS.

    Man, you’re thick.

  3. 3 William
    June 22, 2008 at 1:39 am

    I’m going to ignore your point and talk about something else now, something that has no proof but was insinuated by Wexler, so it’s got to be true!

    During questioning of McClellan, Wexler asked the former White House press secretary if he believed Bush authorized the leaking of Valerie Plame Wilson’s name. When McClellan said no, Wexler said this meant that Cheney must have been the source of the leak, meaning Cheney was seeking to retaliate against the wife of an administration critic. In Wexler’s view, this would be enough to support the initation of impeachment hearings against Cheney immediately.

    Wexler also suggested that Congress should use its authority under the inherent contempt statute to arrest Andrew Card and Karl Rove if they don’t respond to Judiciary Committee subpoenas.

  4. 4 William
    June 22, 2008 at 1:50 am

    I’m sorry Doc. Getting all this information from biased sources like Media Matters, Democratic Underground, and Think Progress, I should really fact-check what I say. I’m sorry I’m such a shill for the Democratic party, but hey, it gets me women, if you know what I’m saying. Play a little guitar, identify with women’s issues, next thing you know we’re in the sack. Or on my boat. Doing the deed.

  5. 5 docattheautopsy
    June 22, 2008 at 5:44 am

    Yes. By all means, let’s get a Special Prosecutor in on this matter and investigate Rove.

    Oh wait, we already did this! Let’s get everyone out of Iraq so we can then spend that money on redundant Congressional investigations that have already been conducted and concluded!

    Do you seriously believe that there’s suddenly now enough evidence to investigate Rove, evidence that wasn’t available during the last go around?

    Armitage was the leaker. McClellan made you look like an idiot (not hard to do, mind you, as I’ve already documented you as a hypocrite, liar and authoritarian). So now you’re lashing out blindly, unwilling to believe that your precious DNC leaders are incompetent, corrupt and destructive.

    William, the thickest of the thick.

  6. 6 William
    June 22, 2008 at 10:07 pm

    On the issue of other impeachable crimes, you might be interested that the Dean of the Massachusetts School of Law at Andover plans to convene a conference at the school’s facilities to plan strategies to prosecute members of the Bush administration for war crimes.
    Nice christian president you voted for, aye?

  7. 7 docattheautopsy
    June 22, 2008 at 10:25 pm

    So how about that McClellan bombshell you were so interested in and excited about?

    Oh, yeah. Complete egg-on-face. But like a true denialist, you ignore it and then change the subject to something totally irrelevant.

    Truth of the matter is, William, Bush and Cheney will never be prosecuted for War Crimes They’ll never be impeached.

    Glad to see you’re so bored your back trolling my blog.

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