Friday, June 15, 2007

To Pardon Or Not To Pardon: That Is The Question

Q Will the President wait until Libby goes to prison before he thinks about a pardon or considers a pardon?

MR. STANZEL: I'm going to decline to weigh in to that. As Tony indicated yesterday, there's a process that's ongoing, so I'm not going to speculate about that.
Oh, Mr. Stanzel, you can't but we can!

Thus, I'm rolling out...drum roll please....

Windspike's Weekend Wonderment
  • Given that Libby is headed to jail sooner than later, do you think the President will pardon or not pardon the convicted felon? Explain.


SheaNC said...

Oh, he's a-gonna be pardoned, alright... and he'll get his own commentary show on Fox.

Anonymous said...

Libby would be safer in prison

... unless, if pardoned, he goes into the Republican witne$$ protection program. This mob wouldn't want him out and talking.

mainsailset said...

No pardon. With the rumored and probably real rift between Cheney & Bush, Bush may petulantly choose to play the "I'm the Decider" card in order to proxy punish Cheney by ignoring Libby. Bush won't be able to swallow the perception that a Libby pardon is a personal acknowledgement of a wrong doing. That just ain't our Lil Bush.