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Well, he's kind of had it in for me ever since I accidentally ran over his dog. Actually, replace "accidentally" with "repeatedly," and replace "dog" with "son."

Tuesday, January 31, 2006



It seems to me clear that the attorney-general lied under oath to the Senate. In his confirmation hearings, he described warrantless wire-tapping of Americans as a "hypothetical situation," when he was fully aware that such wire-tapping was already in place. We impeached a president for perjury about a civil sexual harassment suit. And Gonzales gets to perjure himself in front of the Senate on a basic matter of national security ... and the world yawns?


Anonymous said...

As Jon Stewart once said..."AAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!" 

// posted by Raised By Republicans

Anonymous said...

As Jon Stewart pointed out, why do we get so upset over some guy writing a somewhat fictionalized book, but not say a thing about the lying in government. I saw, sick Oprah on Cheney's backside. 

// posted by unwest

Anonymous said...

The real problem is that more people care about whether some stupid memoire about a drug addict really happened or not than they care about all the stuff the Bush administration does.

Oprah wouldn't bother with Cheney because her show would have bad ratings.

We can't wait for the press to do their jobs. The Democrats need to get out, win elections and then impeach these bastards. 

// posted by Raised By Republicans

Anonymous said...

As I've said before, right-wing Republicans believe it is patriotic to lie to protect the President, see Ollie North, GW Bush senior re: Ollie North, and the whole Nixon kaboodle. If national security requires it, it is okay to lie to Congress or the American people. Gonzalez certainly believed that lying to protect the president's policy of secret wiretaps on his political enemies was more patriotic than being faithful to his oath of office and to Congress.

Bush must be impeached. 

// posted by LTG