Charlie's Show Prep #91
- If Democrats take Congress this fall they won't impeach President Bush or so says Howard Dean. Then he better tell Rep. John Conyers, the ranking Democrat on the Judiciary Committee. His staff recommends [PDF] "The House should establish a bipartisan select committee with subpoena authority to investigate the Bush Administration's abuses detailed in this Report and report to the Committee on the Judiciary on possible impeachable offenses." Conyers doesn't refute this. Instead, he calls it "oversight." Dean should also disavow two recent books making the case for impeachment.
- Republicans are critical of Michael Hayden running the CIA. They worry a military man shouldn't run the agency. They better offer a better reason since there's a history of military men as director.
- In a way Scott Walker is lucky he's no longer running for governor. Imagine him trying to run an effective campaign while dealing with a tough financial crisis that could lead to an outside board taking control.
- The Vatican is fighting a cheesy book and movie in The Da Vinci Code. They're wasting their time. It's fine to point out the errors and pop the conspiracy bubble author Dan Brown semi-created, but there's no need to ask Christians to employ "legal means."
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