Washington DC - (Ass Mess): Alberto 'VO5' Gonzales is to be dumped on Monday by the Corrupt Bastards Club amid reports that US oil industry graft specialist VECO has turned over incriminating documents to the Alaska State Prosecutor's office.
These show that the Bush Administration's warrantless wiretap program was ordered by CBC members of the Exxon Mobil executive and BP's disgraced former CEO Lord Browne.
The aim was to spy on industry competitors who knew exactly why Chevron Texaco threw Condoleezza Rize off their board of directors in 2001 and renamed her eponymous tanker The Altair Voyager.
Last week former acting attorney general James Comey told a Senate Committee that in 2004 'VO5' as he is known in the hairdressing industry - then a White House counsel - and former White House chief of staff Andrew Card harrassed John Asscroft in his hospital bed to renew the warrantless wiretapping program, which was denied.
At that time in March 2004 Washington DC was abuzz with reports that not only had Chevron Texaco rumbled the Corrupt Bastards Club sponsorsahip of organised crime cartels in Capitol Hill but that Condi Rice's harrassment along with Lord Browne of Chevron's largest corporate shareholders had been bugged and intercepted by British security/intelligence service MI6.
But the icing on the cake that made Gonzales sick to the pit of his stomach was that he himself was caught after personally targetting a raft of illegal wiretaps on the family members of a great former US Democrat President whose wartime record is a matter of bi-partisan pride.
When that family's matriarch found out that Gonzales had bugged her phone, her Manhattan apartment, her children's emails and her chauffeur's phone etc she went to her lawyers with the incontrovertible evidence.
Since that day the august, elderly lady has held on to the evidence which is lodged in bank vaults that the Bushes are still trying to fathom......along with all the other evidence of Bush/Gonzales collusion since their days in Havana as flegeling KGB trainees, limbering up for their first public duet on a Dallas Street in November 1963.
And no, it ain't the Kennedy's that bastard Bush bugged.