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Crime? What Crime? Part Deux

Tuesday, Jul. 29, 2008 4:02 AM

In the wake of a Justice Department ethics panel finding that two senior aides (Kyle Sampson, Monica Goodling) to former Attorney General Alberto Gonzales violated Civil Service laws governing hiring practices, Gonzales trotted out the 'I didn't know' excuse.

His successor, Michael Mukasey, instead of holding true to his confirmation hearing promises that he would prosecute any crimes he was made aware of, only said that he'd made significant changes since he'd taken the job. (Obviously, if you made changes, you're already acknowledging that something was wrong.)

Meanwhile, the Tap-Dancing Monkey Boy in Chief, otherwise known as George W. Bush, is slated to leave a $482 billion deficit on the desk of the next president.

Columnist Robert Novak has been diagnosed with a brain tumor and is undergoing treatment. It's been speculated that this could have had something to do with last week's story that Novak ran over a pedestrian and kept going.

None of which is important at this point. We wish Novak a safe and speedy recovery.

The gunman who shot up the Tennessee church apparently did so because of the church's 'liberal views.' Police have described the gunman's bookshelf as containing books by Michael Savage, Sean Hannity, and Bill O'Reilly.

According to Crooks and Liars, one commenter on Michelle Malkin's site believes the whole thing is a frame job on conservatives.

Um, right. Sure.

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