Get this. Ex-White House aide wants to answer a subpoena to testify before Congress, Bush sends her a letter telling her to ignore the subpoena, and because she still admires Bush, she's likely to say, "Okay." MSNBC This is some kinda crazy. Bush is stonewalling with that idiotic "executive privilege" claim, and when Congress finds someone who's not on Bush's staff anymore, it still looks like Dubya will find a way to stop her. This is gonna set up an interesting confrontation, because unless I'm wrong, Congress can punish her if she refuses, since the White House can offer her no protection. And you have to wonder, if she wants to obey the subpoena, whether she has anything to say that could harm Bush anyway.