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Monday, October 31, 2005

It Will Grind On and On

The evils of the special prosecutor's office--the office, not the prosecutor--will grind on and other. It seems that an old scenerio will be followed. Libby has been indicted. His trial will drag on and on. The prosecution will call Cheney and other high officials. Executive privilege will be invoked and may be held up by the Supreme Court. it doesn't matter, for this is politics, not justice. The real target: George W. Bush, to keep him from changing the Supreme Court. That is the real issue.

If Libby is convicted, the chances are that he will get serious jail time. You can be sure that the charges will be filed before a federal judge known to have liberal sympathies. Then, in order to get his sentence reduced he will be offered a deal: give up Cheney or even Bush. It will be interesting. It won't be Watergate, but Watergate was the greatest triumph for liberalism in the last sixty years, and they would like to relive it. They hate Bush even more than they hated Nixon. Liberalism can never win at the ballot box and liberals have contempt for the average voting American. They depend upon prosecutors, courts, and "living" constitutions to gain their agenda and power and wealth.

Will it work? Who knows? It depends upon what God has decreed for the future of America. The players on the stage do not write their own script: Proverbs 21:1 "The king's heart [is] in the hand of the LORD, [as] the rivers of water: he turneth it whithersoever he will."

Scooter Libby will get his day in court. Joe Wilson will have to testify and maybe the neighbors of Valerie Plame Wilsom who all seemed to know that she worked for the CIA. But it doesn't matter that she was "out," for facts do not always mean anything in a political operation.

In one of the stupidest statements of October, reported by the Financial Times Colonel Lawrence Wilkerson, former chief of staff to Colin Powell, stated that a "cabal" headed by Dick Cheney had "hijacked" U.S. foreign policy. Aided and abetted by the President, Cheney and Rumsfeld and other were making decisions that the "beaurocracy were unaware of."

How dare they? How can elected officials and their staffs and assistants and advisors think that they run the country? It is the beauocracy, stupid. It was the beaurocracy that "got" Richard Nixon, and they will do their best to get George W. Bush. Watch it unfold. The real mystery is this: why would any good man want to serve in the Byzantine labyrinth of Washington politics?

“Ye have plowed wickedness, ye have reaped iniquity; ye have eaten the fruit of lies: because thou didst trust in thy way, in the multitude of thy mighty men.” (Hosea 10:13 AV)

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