Recently, the White House dumped 3,000 pages of documents concerning the attorney general firings. An astute reader at Talking Points Memo noted that e-mails from many important dates were not included, which is now called a lull by the DOJ.
It's helpful to see what administration spokesmen have said in the past about document dumps:
1. Sometimes one of the best ways to hide or to deceive is to come out with such a voluminous document that it makes people miss the things that aren't in there.
2. It would be a great surprise if the 12,000 pages they filed yesterday did not amount to one 12,000 page, 100 pound lie.
Both refer to Iraq's delivering 12,000 pages of documents to the U.N. in December of 2002, in an attempt to prove that they did not in fact have any W.M.D.
The first was stated by Ari Fleischer, and the second by Senator Joe Lieberman - both shills for this administration.
Clearly, neither the House nor the Senate intend to be "lulled."
(The title has nothing to do with "A Year Without Toilet Paper" which seems to be a litmus test for those anti-environmentalists looking for something to mock)