Alright, I’ll be the first to say it: they’re going to find evidence that Bush died on that pretzel and was replaced by a robot.
More than that, some of the lingering questions from that administration, will probably be answered along with evidence from everything from willful ignorance in Iraq to firing of Dept. of Justice lawyers. I don’t want to overstate what could be in the emails, it may simply be millions of meeting requests and lunch dates, but one can hope.
One question, however, needs answering. The article said that it will go through normal National Archive procedures, but would the Dept. of Justice be able to also go through them at the same time, or before the archives, in order to look for evidence of wrongdoing or some other such thing? While as a member of the public, I have to wait, I wonder if the same restrictions are non-existent for Obama’s administration