Exposing Bush’s Abuse of Power

The not so surprising revelation that new evidence of post-9/11 spying on Americans has been uncovered that point to a potential investigation of the White House that could rival Watergate.

The last several years have brought a parade of dark revelations about the George W. Bush administration, from the manipulation of intelligence to torture to extrajudicial spying inside the United States. But there are growing indications that these known abuses of power may only be the tip of the iceberg. Now, in the twilight of the Bush presidency, a movement is stirring in Washington for a sweeping new inquiry into White House malfeasance that would be modeled after the famous Church Committee congressional investigation of the 1970s.

 

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~ by eaesthete on 07/26/08.

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