Monday, March 26, 2007

The House of Wax will come to Order!

by Global Evildoer Fighter @ 4:15 PM EDT

Waxman advises RNC not to destroy any e-mails

Michael Roston
Published: Monday March 26, 2007

Pointing to e-mails between Bush administration officials and convicted lobbyist Jack Abramoff that used private e-mail addresses, the Chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee ordered the Republican National Committee and the Bush/Cheney 2004 campaign to preserve all e-mail records and to ensure that they aren't purged or destroyed.

"White House officials have used nongovernmental e-mail accounts, including those maintained by the RNC, to conduct official white House business," Rep. Henry Waxman (D-CA) wrote in letters delivered today, copies of which were sent to RAW STORY. "The Committee has questions about who has access to these e-mail records and how the RNC protects them from destruction and tampering."

Raw Story

Wax On....Wax Off!


Global_Evildoer_Fighter said...

I'm thinking Emperor's Bush and Cheney are gonna be in real hot water!

I'm sure it was the NSA wiretaps that broke the final straw in the camels back..

That Subject has always put Americans over the edge!

It has since Watergate!

Suzie-Q (S-Q) said...


Nice photo of the Waxman! LMAO

He's so cute, I have to choose between him and you! hehe

Suzie-Q (S-Q) said...


Yep, those illegal wiretaps (without warrants) were completely against the law!

antoine de cicereux said...


Global_Evildoer_Fighter said...

Hey Anthony...

Want BBQ NeoCons with a Side of Pork Rind ?

Suzie-Q (S-Q) said...

Hey Anthony!

What's going on with those British troops?

AngryMan said...

I'm not too sure that those wiretaps are going to be held illegal given the makeup of the Court. Despite Justice Douglas' concurrence in Katz v. US, I think that Justice White won the day and the current Court will make a nat'l security exception.
It sucks, and I think that it is wrong, but I bet you $50 that's how the Court will rule.

Suzie-Q (S-Q) said...

They will try to say it was for national security reasons and that they didn't have time to get the warrants.. however, a warrant could have been issued after the tap..but they still didn't do it. So, that is BS! They tapped without a required warrant. You're a law student, aren't you Angryman? The law is the law..regardless of who ordered those taps and they broke the law!

Suzie-Q (S-Q) said...


Excuse me Angryman.. for a moment I thought we had an honest government! LOLMAO

Global_Evildoer_Fighter said...


quote: It sucks, and I think that it is wrong, but I bet you $50 that's how the Court will rule.

That's a suckers bet because the odds are in your favor..

No thanks...

Hee hee hee!

AngryMan said...

Yep, the Court will find that the warrant requirement unduly interferes w/the executive branch's duties. They will find the reasonableness clause of the 4th trumps the warrant clause.