Oh please, oh please!
I hope Rove is right to be worried.
While his supporters continue to put on a good face, sources close to Karl Rove say the presidential advisor is now more worried, not less, that he is going to get indicted. The sources say Rove was surprised by some of the questions he was asked and by the fact the session stretched on for three and a half hours. Minutes after Rove left the grand jury, his legal team issued a written statement saying prosecutors had, quote, "Wanted to explore a matter raised since Mr. Rove's last appearance in October 2005" But the grand jury, according to sources, also pressed Rove about his testimony in 2004 when he failed to reveal he spoke to Time magazine's Matt Cooper about Valerie Plame -- the former CIA operative at the heart of the investigation .