How This White House Operates [VIDEO]

"If the person has violated law, the person will be taken care of." -George W. Bush

Sometimes you have to wonder if this White House just makes stuff up as it goes along or if everything they do is part of some grand design. And when I say grand I mean incredibly illegal and/or offensive to everything honest Americans stand for. From the very beginning of the Plame leak controversy, President Bush insisted that the Plame leak was a very serious crime and that he would want whoever was responsible to pay the price. All of this footage now, especially all pieced together as the folks at the Talking Points Memo have done in the video to your right, it all becomes so much more infuriating in light of Bush's complete reversal a few days ago.

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