Goodlatte poo-poos McClellan

Brent Finnegan -- June 24th, 2008

Harrisonburg’s representative in Congress, Bob Goodlatte, questioned former White House Press Secretary, Scott McClellan, during a House Judiciary Committee hearing on McClellan’s recent book (a tell-all about how the Bush Administration deceived the American public before and after the invasion of Iraq). Goodlatte asked McClellan how many TV shows he has been on as a result of the book, and concluded that there was no “enlightening information to be gained from [McClellan’s] testimony.”


3 Responses to “Goodlatte poo-poos McClellan”

  1. Bubby says:

    McClellan’s testimony wasn’t about Bob Goodlatte or his shrinking Republican Caucus. This testimony was about VP Dick Cheney and the building evidence of “high crimes and misdemeanors”. Don’t worry he’ll likely escape prosecution, but Cheney has absolutely no credibility in Washington. The man with the reverse-Midas touch!

    Have you seen the latest Cheney Fabrication? Dick wants you to believe that the Chinese are drilling for oil 60 miles off of Florida. Be afraid America!

  2. Kevin says:

    Agree. Just another damning testimony about the Criminal-in-Chief, Dick Cheney.

  3. David Miller says:

    A high merit question that Goodlatte could have offered up is the following.

    At any time during your service, did the president or his minions falsify information to you so that you would therefor pass along false information to the public? According to your book you have caught the president of the United States of America in a lie that was intended to be passed along to his constituents. What proof do you have of those accusations?

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