Its funny that the same organization that served the Clinton Administration with lawsuits was slapped on the back by the GOP but now that they are going after Bush, they are only engaging in "partisan politics": Process serving documents for lawsuits is rarely a pleasant job. Sill, when party of the first part works at the White House, the process server might breathe a sigh of relief; there would be no pit bulls to avoid, hostile gang members to calm or irate soon-to-be ex-boyfriends to serve - a piece of cakeâ¦right? Not at this White House. According to Judicial Watch, when its process server arrived at the White House gate he was threatened. The fellow was trying to serve Vice President Cheney with a copy of Judicial Watch's shareholder class action suit that named Cheney and Halliburton as defendants. Judicial Watch said its process server was threatened with arrest by the Secret Service when the server phoned the White House from one of the outside gates and was unable to find anyone who would accept a copy of the lawsuit. This was the first time, the group said, that the White House has ever turned it away. Judicial Watch filed numerous lawsuits against then-President Bill Clinton, First Lady Hillary Clinton, and Vice President Al Gore - and, it would appear, they miss them. "The Clinton White House accepted the papers," said Larry Klayman, head of Judicial Watch. "Never before have our process servers been threatened with arrest." According to an affidavit by process server Tom Chedester, one of the guards said he would be arrested if he left the papers with a White House guard. The group pointed to a section of federal law making it a crime to obstruct a person who is "duly authorized" to serve legal papers of any federal court.