drieuxster (drieuxster) wrote,

Which is the Ironic Part?

President George W. Bush's chief of staff Andrew Card and other top White House officials started attending classes on ethics and the handling of classified information on Tuesday in response to the indictment of a top aide in the CIA leak investigation.

Bush's top political adviser, Karl Rove, was expected to attend one of the classes scheduled for Wednesday.

A total of 3,000 administration officials -- with the exception of Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney -- will attend the mandatory, hourlong briefings over the next two weeks, White House spokesman Scott McClellan said.

Cheney's new chief of staff, David Addington, was also scheduled to attend, the White House said.

[ cf Reutrers ]

Could it be that the White House Staff has decided that it would be best if they worked on restoring the Dignity to the White House, even if the current players are not sure how or why?

I wonder what the Argument From Intelligent Design has to say about this....

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