Bush chews his fingernails off while awaiting word on indictments

Poor ole Democrats don’t kow how to kick a liar when he’s down.



Chicago Tribune

WASHINGTON - Caught in an unnerving waiting game with a grand jury, the White House is attempting to keep its focus on the governmental challenges of the day, with President Bush running a heavy schedule of meetings and speeches.

As the grand jury nears the end of its term on Friday, special prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald met with the federal judge overseeing the investigation on Wednesday, fueling speculation that the grand jury has completed its probe of who revealed the identity of a covert CIA agent - or that the investigation might be extended beyond this week.

For two years, a team of federal prosecutors and investigators has attempted to determine who leaked the identity of CIA agent Valerie Plame after her husband, former ambassador Joseph Wilson, publicly disputed the Bush administration’s claims that Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein had attempted to obtain uranium from Niger to manufacture nuclear weapons.

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