[via Sideshow, NPR]
US President George W. Bush, on Tuesday, April 5th, 2005, did publicly and with malice aforethought threaten the financial stability of the government of the United States. He did this by denigrating as "worthless IOUs" the US Treasury bonds used to finance both Social Security and ongoing US government operations, without which the US government would be unable to meet its financial obligations, which would cause both local, national and international financial panic. Further, by revealing the location of the Social Security Administration's archive of Treasury Bonds, he revealed to hostile elements a potentially devastating fiscal vulnerability of the US government.
Further, President Bush did abuse the power of his office to gain this information, which is irrelevant to the pursuit of his duties, and revealed this information.