I can’t decide between outrage and cynical resignation

Bush just let Libby out of jail. It’s not, technically, a pardon, but it’s enough to make me want to throw things. Can you say conflict of interest?

“Hey, Scooter! Thanks for obstructing justice when they were investigating my cronies and me– I can’t pardon you but I should be able to get rid of everything involving some kind of actual punishment for you.”

You want to talk about the obstruction of justice? I want Scooter to face justice, and by justice I mean I want him to join Paris Hilton and nonviolent drug offenders in making the US the country with the largest prison population in the world!

One thought on “I can’t decide between outrage and cynical resignation”

  1. Libby still faces a fine and probation, but I expect Bush is going to fix that in 2009 (i.e. *after* the 2008 election), assuming Libby’s appeals don’t go anywhere by then (which I think is a safe bet). The only reason Bush acted when he did was that the appeals to keep Libby out of prison ran out. N.B.: this comment qualifies as “cynical resignation.”

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