I have to start by thanking Don for giving me the opportunity to blog with him. While he was in Paris, I didn't get to post as much as I would have liked due to events that cropped up in my life that consumed too much of my time.
Anyway, I have a unique job that allows me to have access to TV all day along. I work for a cable TV company and have a full digital cable package in my office. I have the TV on almost all day when I'm at work. Thus, I can watch the news all day if I want. Today, I was glued to the TV all morning waiting to see what Fitzgerald would do and the reaction that followed. As as non-lawyer here's my take. I think this is just the tip of the iceberg and that Rove will either work out a deal to take this to the next level or be indicted by Fitzgerad. Some may say he would not rat out on Bush or Cheney, but I'm not so sure. I heard Dick Morris the other day on a local radio show talking about Hillary Clinton. Remember, he was Bill Clinton's trusted advisor in the early 90's. Today, he HATES the Clintons. In politics, it stand up for my guy until I can latch myself onto someone else who has more power or potential. I don't think Rove will take a fall for Cheney, espeically if he thinks it would stop Cheney from running for POUS in '08. He's Bush's man, not Cheney's and he'll do what he can to save the big guy - including ratting out on Cheney if needed to save Bush.
Just my opinion.