Thursday, February 1, 2007

No Evidence of Libby as a Scapgoat

U.S. District Judge Reggie B. Walton doesn't see evidence of Libby being used a scapegoat for the Bush/Cheney administration. In a 2003 press conference then White House spokesman Scott McClellan stated the White House believed Libby had nothing to do with the leak. The judge's reasoning is that if they wanted to use him as a scapegoat they wouldn't have exonerated him in 2003.

Wow, Cheney has a lot of stuff happen around him that he apparently has nothing to do with.

Exhibit A: shoots a guy in the face - not his fault
Exhibit B: secret energy meetings - Exxon sets record profits
Exhibit C: Abu Graib - a couple of low level solderies acted alone
Exhibit D: CIA agent outted by his office - Libby did it alone
Exhibit E: War profits go to his ex-company - coincidence

Does this guy do anything on purpose? Things just seem to work out for him without his interference.

The Parrot cut to the chase when he caught up to the judge.

P: Judge Walton do you feel Libby acted alone?
J: Yes, I believe it's much more likely that Libby decided on his own when and how revenge would be taken on Ambassador Wilson for calling out Bush's statements on Niger and uranium. Libby was out of orders from Cheney so he decided to make some work for himself. Cheney isn't really a hands on type of leader, just ask President Bush, he generally lets his employees enjoy incredible freedom. You see unlike our enemies Cheney loves freedom so he spreads it to places like Iraq and his office. It just makes sense.

The Parrot was stunned by this response and quickly grabbed a scotch to help digest the bullshit.

Further research:
Libby Judge Shows Doubt on Defense's Scapegoat Argument

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