According to the AP wire story:
"Between 40 and 70 minutes elapsed before the call was made, and I am aware of no explanation for the delay," Bush wrote. "In light of this new information, I urge you to take a fresh look at this case without any preconceptions as to the outcome."
But the person Gov. Bush asked to "look into this case" was a county prosecutor, who only has jurisdiction to investigate crimes, which makes this Bush quote seem rather inconsistent:
Bush said his request for the probe was not meant to suggest wrongdoing by Michael Schiavo. "It's a significant question that during this ordeal was never brought up," Bush told reporters.If Bush's request was not meant to suggest criminal wrongdoing by Michael Schiavo, what, then, WAS it meant to suggest? I guess, yet, again the liberal media jumps to the illogical conclusion that when the Governor asks a county prosecutor to investigate a particular person's actions during the event, they mistakenly presume that means the Governor suggests that person may have committed a crime. And, maybe I'm just spitballing here, the reason it was never brought up during this 15-year long terrible ordeal was that it is not a significant question, but a shameless political smear?
What a spineless slime weasel.