"If someone in the Bush administration leaked this , they need to be punished, and they need to be made an example of, because that's not just a leak, that's treason," Spann, of Winfield, Ala., told The Associated Press. Kansas City Star
I don't mean to, you know, bang the drum as they say, but isn't treason during wartime a capital offense?
What do you think the chance is that a convicted Bush Administration official facing the death penalty could get a pardon from the President? I mean at first it seems like a lock, but he does love to sign those warrants of execution, and he really doesn't get much chance being President.Posted by illovich at October 02, 2003 03:59 PM