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Dodd calls for investigation into Bush role in Plame affair

Mike Aivaz and Jason Rhyne

Published: Wednesday November 21, 2007

Following the publication of an advance excerpt from a new book by former White House Press Secretary Scott McClellan, Democratic presidential contender Sen. Chris Dodd (D-CT) on Tuesday called for a Justice Department investigation into President Bush's role in events surrounding the outing of ex-CIA agent Valerie Plame.

McClellan's book, entitled What Happened, accuses President Bush and other top administration officials of helping to mislead the press about White House involvement in the leaking of Plame's name. The allegation was revealed in a brief excerpt on the website of the book's publisher.

"Today's revelations by Mr. McClellan are very disturbing and raise several important questions that need to be answered," Dodd wrote in a statement posted at his campaign's website on Tuesday. "If in fact the President of the United of States knowingly instructed his chief spokesman to mislead the American people, there can be no more fundamental betrayal of the public trust."

Later in the statement, Dodd asked that newly confirmed US Attorney General Michael Mukasey investigate the president's involvement in the matter.

"During his confirmation process, Attorney General Mukasey said he would act independently," the senator added. "Accordingly, today, I call on the Attorney General to live up to his word and launch an immediate investigation to determine the facts of this case, the extent of any cover up and determine what the President knew and when he knew it."

<a href="http://rawstory.com/news/2007/Scott_McClellan_Bush_involved_in_Plame_1121.html" target="_blank">http://rawstory.com/news/2007/Scott_McClel...Plame_1121.html</a>

if the law is the law and followed. someone ( or many) are going down for treason. who is going to want to hold this buck ? you know the old saying on any presidents desk " The Buck Stops Here "

No one is going to want responsibility , but they will pass the blame . Theives always rat each other out.

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uh oh...it's heating up for the neo-cons...this might be what we need to prevent ww3?...impeach the liars!

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I say go for it.

Let the Dick Tracy congress keep investigating each time a book comes out with controversy.

yes let's go for it . Why would the neocon right mouthpiece want to put himself in jeopardy and in line of hearings for a lie where he could be then prosecuted for at the very least slander ?

lol time to change Bushs' panties. as well as the rest of his corrupt stupid crew.

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