Question Of The Day

By Justin Gardner | Related entries in Law, The Plame Game

Via Sully

PRESS: “If there are more than 3,000 current petitions for commutation — not pardons, but commutation — in the federal system, under President Bush, will all 3,000 of those be held to the same standard that the president applied to Scooter Libby?”

SNOW: “I don’t know.”

I’d like to hear the answer to that one too.

Let’s hope the press keeps asking it.


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One Response to “Question Of The Day”

  1. mw Says:

    Actually Snow did answer it with crystal clarity. Let me run this through my babelfish presidential press relations translator for you. gurgle… gurgle … here you go:

    PRESS: “If there are more than 3,000 current petitions for commutation � not pardons, but commutation � in the federal system, under President Bush, will all 3,000 of those be held to the same standard that the president applied to Scooter Libby?�

    SNOW: “NO.�

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