Libby Trial Exposes Neocon Shadow Government
Day by day, witness by witness, exhibit by exhibit, Patrick Fitzgerald, the prosecutor in the trial of Dick Cheney’s man, I. Lewis (Scooter) Libby, is accomplishing what no one else in Washington has been able to: He has impeached the Presidency of George W. Bush.
Of course, it’s an unofficial impeachment, but it will also, through its documentation, be inerasable. The trial record...testimony, exhibits, the lot...will be there, in one place, for investigators, scholars, reporters and Congress to pore over. It goes far beyond the charges against Mr. Libby. It is, instead, a road map to the abuses of power that Mr. Bush and Mr. Cheney and their shadow government of neoconservatives have committed as the neocons carried out what they had been planning for years: an invasion of Iraq,and other military excursions,for the purpose of expanding American dominion.
Wow...I didn't know about this newspaper. It is very refreshing to see a comprehensive report on a subject that has been on many peoples minds since 911. In this artical they bring up references to the PNAC, which many of us have been studying and contains damning evidence that this whole thing with Afghanistan and Iraq was planned even before George W Bush went into office. Dubya appointed members of the PNAC into most of the high positions of this devious administration, and their names are shown on documents that are on the PNAC web site (Project For The New American Century).