As the Karl Rove debacle gets increasingly interesting and twisty, the New York Times reminds us that:
[Prosecutor] Fitzgerald has questioned a number of high-level administration officials. Mr. Rove has testified three times to the grand jury. I. Lewis Libby, Vice President Dick Cheney’s chief of staff, has also testified. So has former Secretary of State Colin L. Powell. The prosecutor also interviewed Mr. Bush, in his White House office, and Mr. Cheney, but they were not under oath.
Given the connections of all these players to Bush and Cheney, and given what is known so far, isn’t it about time for Bush and Cheney to testify under oath? Why won’t Bush and Cheney testify under oath? What are they afraid of? What did they know, and when did they know it?