Monday, April 09, 2007

Bitter-Sweet Tidings for Bush

Finally, there is news that the President’s people can trumpet with pride: the economy produced 180,000 new jobs last month and unemployment is down.

But this report in the Christian Science Monitor is coupled with word that many of the new hirings are in Washington, where Congressional committees are taking on droves on investigators and lawyers to uncover what the White House has been hiding for the past six years.

The product of their labors will be new examples of “waste, fraud, abuse and government secrecy” to go with more cases of “improper political interference” in the workings of the Justice Department.

The Bushies have been busy, and the new Congress is eager to hear more about their innovative work.

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