Thursday, June 21, 2007

Go get 'em!

From the House Oversight Committee: (emp add)
The Oversight Committee has learned that over the objections of the National Archives, Vice President Cheney exempted his office from the presidential order that establishes government-wide procedures for safeguarding classified national security information. The Vice President asserts that his office is not an "entity within the executive branch."
Great! Therefore there can be no claims of "Executive Privilege". They can be subpoenaed, any and all documents and emails can be demanded, etc.

From Wikipedia: (emp add)
Executive Privilege is the power claimed by the President of the United States and other members of the executive branch to resist certain search warrants and other interventions by the legislative and judicial branches of government.


Please, please, please.

By Anonymous Anonymous, at 6/22/2007 1:37 AM  

So, which branch of government does he think he resides in: judiciary or legislative? Or perhaps a fourth, satanic and perverse branch previously 'undisclosed'?

Since he's not in the executive, he can vacate his office and residence, and return his pay and other benefits. Immediately would be almost soon enough.

By Anonymous jon, at 6/22/2007 5:37 AM  

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