One Day

One day is all it took for the Bush’s administration to start investigating whether Former Treasury Secretary Paul O’Neill used confidential documents to provide information for Ron Suskind’s new book The Price of Loyalty: George W. Bush, the White House, and the Education of Paul O’Neill, a book that exposes Bush’s lies about weapons of mass destruction, 9/11, and the unnecessary tax cuts that Bush imposed on us.
74 days is how long it took for Bush’s administration to begin investigation of the White House leak of the identity of an active CIA agent which compromised her safety, the missions she was working on, and national security of America itself.
So apparently, it’s okay to leak documents as long as they cover George Bush’s ass, but if you leak documents that embarrass Bush, you’ll get hammered.
And, BTW, the document’s O’Neill used for the book have quickly been proven to not be confidential or a security risk, but you won’t hear that on the news for three or four more days, when the White House has convinced everyone that O’Neill did something wrong.

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