Friday, May 2, 2008

THE BIGGEST STORY IN AMERICA - KARL ROVE faces potential HOUSE SUBPOENA over his role in corruption of Justice Department.....

THE STORY the PAID PROFESSIONAL LIARS of the WASHINGTON POST, NEW YORK TIMES, and "network media" ARE NOT TELLING the American people: The White House is right now in a FULL FRENZY, "steal the election out from Gore and Kerry!" mode, as they try to DERAIL and OBSTRUCT a House Congressional SUBPOENA from being handed down to former White House Political Affairs Director KARL ROVE.

EVERYTHING in the Bush-Cheney White House DEPENDS on their OBSTRUCTING the Rove subpoenas, for if Rove were to appear before Congress, he would be forced to testify about his role in the #1. PURGING of US prosecutors from the Department of Justice; #2. his role in the White House INSTRUCTIONS to those non-purged US Attorneys on how to go after Democratic voters, activists, and candidates; #3. and, particularly, the Rove led and incited SUCCESSFUL PARTISAN, PENURIOUS PROSECUTION of former Alabama Democratic Governor DON SIEGELMAN, ROBBED of his re-election in 2000, and then buried under a tide of Republican prosecutors WITH CLOSE LINKS to KARL ROVE and CLOSE FINANCIAL LINKS to Governor Siegelman's Republican challenger.

THIS IS _THE_ MOST IMPORTANT STORY in Washington and America for the Bush-Cheney White House: They absolutely MUST keep Rove out of testifying, because if he does, their entire house of criminal conduct will come crashing down around them.


House committee threatens Rove with subpoena
May 2, 2008

WASHINGTON (AP) — The House Judiciary Committee threatened Thursday to subpoena former White House adviser Karl Rove if he does not agree by May 12 to testify about former Alabama Gov. Don Siegelman's corruption case.

In a letter to Rove's attorney, committee Democrats called it "completely unacceptable" that the Republican political strategist has so far rejected the committee's request for sworn testimony even as he discusses the matter publicly through the media.

"We can see no justification for his refusal to speak on the record to the committee," the letter states. "We urge you and your client to reconsider ... or we will have no choice but to consider the use of compulsory process."

Since last year, Democrats on the committee have been investigating whether Rove and other Republicans influenced Siegelman's prosecution on bribery and other charges. Siegelman, a Democrat, was convicted in 2006 and sentenced to more than seven years in prison last year.

Rove, who frequently worked in Alabama politics before orchestrating President Bush's White House campaigns, has flatly denied that he had anything to do with Siegelman's prosecution.

Citing executive privilege, the White House has consistently refused to let current or former staffers testify.

But as the White House has offered on other matters, Rove recently said he would discuss the Siegelman matter with committee staffers on the condition that his comments not be under oath and not be transcribed.

In their letter, Judiciary Committee Chairman John Conyers, D-Mich., and several other lawmakers rejected the offer, saying such an interview "is an invitation to confusion and will not permit us to obtain a straightforward and clear record."