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President Bush told the press on Tuesday that he doesn't "have any idea" whether the senior administration officials who blew a CIA operative's cover will ever be found. But if he just asked his staff to sign a legally binding affidavit confirming that they weren't involved, and referred anyone who wouldn't to the FBI, it's possible he could flush out the perpetrators in a day. To date, the President hasn't even discussed this matter with his staff.

We've already done the President's homework for him by writing the affidavit. Now let's show him how easy it is for innocent people to legally declare their innocence. You can sign the affidavit and send it to the President in under a minute....

I signed the affidavit because I am as innocent as a newborn lamb. How about you?

Replies: 7 Confessions

Of course!

jima @ 10/09/2003 03:49 PM CST


I plead the 5th!
Oh, you mean innocent about the CIA disclosure thingy? Oh, nope. I'm innocent of that. I think that's a treasonous act that is supposed to resulting in thumb-hanging or something.

Cinnamon @ 10/09/2003 03:57 PM CST


That's great

Allen @ 10/09/2003 05:36 PM CST


what a fucking monkey spank. you know, if I was fucking rove I'd be getting my ass a food tester. as much as I think the CIA are evil, you don't fuck with the CIA. I'll sign it after I take a much needed shower.

shechemist @ 10/09/2003 07:26 PM CST


Why wait, shechemist? Have you got something to hide?

amyc @ 10/10/2003 05:56 AM CST


Innocent as a lamb. Ba-a-ah.

Charlie @ 10/10/2003 05:43 PM CST


I would have signed it, but I figured they had already written a script to parse out the name, address, etc. and insert it into the "Spend Four Years Fucking These People Over If Bush Gets Re-elected" database, which of course is then cross-referenced with the Goat Porn Database. And, frankly, I just don't need those kind of phone calls.

hi, im matt @ 10/13/2003 09:15 AM CST


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