Wednesday, June 15, 2005

Isn't obstruction of justice a crime?

If our government weren't more interested in public relations than actual justice, this guy would justifiably be arrested today.

And what's with Bob Woodward knowingly staging fake interviews? Of course, he'll have to answer for that breach of etiquette at about the same time Feds bust down Mark Felt's doors. Which will be right around when Jennifer Love Massey grants her first post-wedding interview.

1 comment:

Riley said...

If you divulge true, secret information to out someone else's illegal activity, which makes you privy to government secrets, while keeping the illegal activity from the proper government avenues AND trying to protect your own secrets, what makes you a hero and not a criminal?

Hindsight.