Partisanship, Who Needs It?

Partisanship, Who Needs It?

Monday, March 26, 2007

Stonewalling


Excerpt:
."I have decided to follow my lawyer's advice and respectfully invoke my constitutional right," Monica Goodling, Gonzales' counsel and White House liaison, said in a statement to the Senate Judiciary Committee.
Looks like someone in the Bush administration has at long last recognized Constitutional Rights.

2 comments:

Stumpy said...

How can you plead the fifth when there was no wrongdoing? What's there to incriminate.

You can't invoke the fifth because you are merely uncomfortable.

Biggest "non-scandal" I've ever seen.

Leonidas said...

You don't have to be accused of a crime to invoke your Fifth Amendment right against self incrimination. If saying something simply might lead to you being investigated or prosecuted then you can assert your Fifth Amendment rights.