Karl Rove Fires Back In WSJ: "Why John Conyers, The New York Times And WashingtonPost Owe Me an Apology"

Responds to the removal of 8 U.S. Attorneys, (who serve at the pleasure of the President)


For more than two years, House Judiciary Committee Democrats and the New York Times editorial board have argued that I personally arranged for Alabama Gov. Don Siegelman to be prosecuted in 2004 for corruption and ordered the removal of eight U.S. attorneys in 2006 for failing to investigate Democrats.

The Washington Post editorial board also echoed this last charge. The Times and the Post have published a combined 18 editorials on these issues, which were also catnip to House Judiciary Committee Democrats. Politico's Ryan Grimm reported last year overhearing the Committee's chairman, John Conyers of Michigan, tell two others, "We're closing in on Rove. Someone's got to kick his ass."

To get to the bottom of these issues, the Obama administration brokered a deal with former President George W. Bush's lawyers and the House Judiciary Committee to provide the committee with the information it wanted while protecting executive privilege. This resulted in me sitting down for a 12-hour, two-day interview last month. More than 500 pages of material, including interview transcripts (available at Rove.com), were released last week, tidbits of which made the front pages.

Read the whole article at online.wsj.comhttp://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052970203550604574360500363745662.html
Oh, By the way, Bill Clinton fired every U.S. Attorney (93 in all) in March 1993, 3 months in office
Here's the video from CNN 16 years ago..Hey John Conyers, watch carefully..
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