Mr. McClellan added: "It would be unprecedented for a sitting president to release deliberative decision-making documents while they [sic] are in office. That is unheard of. It would have a chilling effect on the ability of the president to continue to receive sound and open and candid advice from his advisers."
THEN DON'T NOMINATE YOUR ADVISERS TO THE SUPREME COURT, BINKY!
Buh, buh, buh....Miers is no longer an advisor. The Chimp n' Chief expects the Senate to confirm here because he's "looked into her heart" rather than her head.
Every time I think Bushco can't go any lower, they do.
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