September 29, 2003

Taking A Leak From The White House

Um, okay, I'm just curious here, but:

"He wasn't involved," he said of Rove. "The president knows he wasn't involved. ... It's simply not true." -- White House press secretary Scott McClellan.

So, if the president knows he wasn't involved, doesn't it stand to reason to think that he must then know who was involved? I mean, look at the language here. How can the President know someone isn't involved in something unless he knows who is invovolved in something? Taken even further, if Bush knows something about the leak which, I take from the quote, he does, then he's guilty of at least standing knowingly idly by while a federal law was broken.

Something's rotten here.

UPDATE: Then again, maybe not.

Posted by Ryan at September 29, 2003 01:02 PM
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