WASHINGTON - A former White House aide has told I Miss Fafblog, Spot that he will testify to the Senate Judiciary Committee that in February 2005, he spent six hours sitting next to the undead corpse of the chief legal adviser for the Office of the President, Harriet Miers, while they worked out the details for dismissing all 93 U.S. attorneys.
The anonymous aide said that as he entered her office, White House officials were strapping her body into the seat behind her desk. He watched horror-struck as her corpse repeatedly slid beneath the desk onto her office floor. He said that the officials attempted to wedge Miers' corpse into place with a series of crossbolts and locking pins. Ms. Miers still kept slipping down onto the floor.
Finally, officials retrofitted mounting tubes from the ceiling which were bolted to her corpse in four places with clamps that were attached to her chair.
The aide will testify that the White House Counsel remained that way for another two years, until Miers' resignation was announced on January 4, 2007.