Via Political Wire:
"I am convinced that Karl Rove will, in fact, be indicted. ... First of all, you don't put somebody in front of a grand jury at the end of an investigation, or for the fifth time, ... unless you feel that's your only chance of avoiding indictment. So, in other words, the burden starts with Karl Rove to stop the charges. Secondly, it's now been 13 days since Rove testified. After testifying for three and a half hours, prosecutors refused to give him any indication that he was clear. ... And then the third issue is... Karl Rove was identified as Official A. ... We've looked through the records of Patrick Fitzgerald ... and in every single investigation, whenever Fitzgerald has identified somebody as Official A, that person eventually gets indicted themselves."
That would be too good to be true for Democrats. If Rove is in fact indicted, could Bush's approval rating possibly fall below the 30% mark?