Tuesday’s biggest White House scandal belongs to the last guy who lived there: President Bush illegally spent taxpayer money on political campaigns, according to a new report by the Office of Special Counsel. The report says Bush's Office of Political Affairs was essentially an extension of the RNC. The office was overseen by Karl Rove and created a “target list” of Congressional races, organized briefings, and sent Cabinet officials out to campaign, especially during the 2006 mid-term election. The investigation, which took three years to complete, shows that the Hatch Act, which prohibits federal employees from political activity, was violated, but the Office of Special Counsel says it won't file charges since Bush is no longer in office. However a Justice Department official declined to comment whether they will press charges based on the report.