Tuesday, October 03, 2006

Ain't Never Gonna Change

....but, boy howdy, they sure are doing something wrong.


Quick quote:
'It's vile.' It's more sad than anything else, to see someone with such potential throw it all down the drain because of a sexual addiction.'
Ok, who said it and who were they saying it about?


Republican Congressman Mark (Spanky) Foley, September 12, 1998 referring to President Bill Clinton.

Keyboards get messy when you ejaculate that much hypocrisy on them. The best 52 year old, one handed IMer out there.


But, seriously, folks..... no, really, seriously.....

"Forget about Foley. He's done. What's incredible about this scandal is the lengths this Republican Party will go to maintain their majorities. We already knew that power trumped everything for these guys. But coddling a child predator merely to save some cash and protect a single House seat.

They should've been protecting the kids working the House instead."

Where's Batman when you need him 'cause apparently The Penguin has released a "I don't recall" gas in Washington that is only infecting Republicans:

"HASTERT: No, I’m not saying. I just don’t recall him telling me that. If he would have told me that, he would have told me that in the context of maybe a half a dozen or a dozen other things. I don’t remember that."
Condilying Rice has been infected too:
Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice said she cannot recall then-CIA chief George Tenet warning her of an impending al-Qaida attack in the United States, as a new book claims he did two months before the attacks on Sept. 11, 2001."
Ummmm, ahhh, let's seee, hmmmmmmm, nope, can't recall.

Maybe it's just me, but I don't think its the Penguins memory gas that's causing this epidemic of the 'can't recalls'. Could be be something more evil?

Bush Officials May Have Covered Up Rice-Tenet Meeting From 9/11 Commission:
"Most of the world has now seen the infamous picture of President Bush tending to his ranch on August 6, 2001, the day he received the ultra-classified Presidential Daily Brief (PDB) that included a report entitled “Bin Laden Determined To Strike in US.” And most Americans have also heard of the so-called “Phoenix Memo” that an FBI agent in Phoenix sent to FBI headquarters on July 10, 2001, which advised of the “possibility of a coordinated effort” by bin Laden to send students to the United States to attend civil aviation schools.

....Bob Woodward’s new book about a special surprise visit that George Tenet and his counterterrorism chief Cofer Black made to Condi Rice, also on July 10, 2001:

They went over top-secret intelligence pointing to an impending attack and “sounded the loudest warning” to the White House of a likely attack on the U.S. by Bin Laden.

Woodward writes that Rice was polite, but, “They felt the brushoff.”"
So our possibilities are The Penguin's 'can't recall' gas or just plain evil OR maybe it is a State of Denial? Maybe?

"NEW YORK — Bob Woodward’s much-anticipated new book paints a devastating picture of Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld as an arrogant, indecisive bumbler who won’t take responsibility for his mistakes — or even admit any.

“State of Denial” also claims that President Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney — “increasingly removed from reality” — consult frequently with former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, who served President Nixon during Vietnam.

“Kissinger’s fighting the Vietnam War again "
Though Woodward's lacks credibility due to the 2 previous fluff job books on pResident Bush. Remember, Rats are the first off a sinking ship.


HEY! Check out this cut-and-runner, terrorist appeasing Ratpublican:

"The Tennessee Republican (Frist) said he had learned from briefings that Taliban fighters were too numerous and had too much popular support to be defeated by military means."

Let me leave you with a nice hug today. I got this in my email and when I first started to watch it I thought, great, some sappy kumbaya crap. But it is actually quite nice and inspiring. Hugs!

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