The White House would like this to be a Justice problem, but it isn't turning out that way. "I mean, this took place inside the Justice Department," Vice President Cheney said Sunday on CBS's "Face the Nation." "The one who needs to answer to that and lay out on the record the specifics of what transpired is the attorney general, and he'll do so." But Mr. Cheney's rendition isn't accurate. The story unfolded inside the White House, too, and White House officials also need to "lay out on the record the specifics of what transpired."
For those who insist no law was broken, it is becoming obvious that may not be the case. And even if it is, if these attorneys were fired to prevent them from looking into corruption by GOP officials it is something that the taxpayer absolutely has the right to know.
It also makes you wonder about the attorneys who held on to their positions. Are some of there because they are willing to overlook this type of activity?