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200 Pages of Documents About … Furniture?

It took a subpoena threat, but Government Oversight Chairman Henry Waxman’s gambit finally worked. Hours before a deadline he had set, the White House finally turned over documents regarding a contract between the corrupt defense intelligence contractor MZM and Vice President Dick Cheney. The first claims by the White House were that Cheney contracted with the defense contractor for “office furniture,” but now there are rumors that the contract was really for something else… something with “certain sensibilities.”

We don’t know what is in those 200 pages of documents yet. But what do you think? Do you think that these are 200 pages about office furniture?

Thanks, Rep. Waxman, for forcing the White House to begin to come clean.

1 comment to 200 Pages of Documents About … Furniture?

  • Mark

    Knowing the beauracracy of the federal government, I think it entirely possible that someone could assemble 200 pages about office furniture.

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