Monday, July 14, 2008

Illegal Spying Made Legal For Bush

“President Bush and his administration have tried to pull the wool over our eyes and distract the public from this possibly illegal domestic spying scandal.” —Ellen Tauscher

Not since Lyndon Johnson got his bedtime reading from J.Edgar Hoover (AKA Mary) concerning the sexploits of the Reverend Martin Luther King Jr. has a president been more guilty of spying on the public than now. Behind a screen of fear mongering that the jihadist bogeyman is gonna getcha, this administration runs roughshod over the constitution ignoring the fourth amendment which prohibits illegal search and seizure. Somehow a lame duck president managed to arm wrestle a spineless congress into capitulation on prosecuting the telecommunications companies for their illegal aid in funishing private phone records of individual citizens.

A U.S. president's granting immunity from prosecution for a constitutional crime. Isn't that, like, treason or something?

Thursday, July 10, 2008

It’s Not Funny Anymore

It's official. Telecommunication companies are in the clear. By abetting the illegal, warrant-less wiretapping for the Bush administration’s “war” on terror, seems like everyone but 26 democrats caved in and voted for the new FISA bill. Even Obama, seeming to want to prove he's just another politician with feet of clay, who swore he'd never let them off the hook, now seems to think that he should abuse the constitution as well. Shame on these people. They’re supposed to uphold the constitution, not render it useless by ignoring it.

Oh, but then they have other uses for this sacred document.

Wednesday, July 09, 2008

Crashing Airplanes Qualifies You To Be President

Where's Amelia Earhart when you could use a good female running mate?

Wes Clark didn't call McCain’s patriotism questionable. He merely stated the obvious. Getting shot down and captured in enemy territory doesn’t exactly speak well as a qualification to be president of the United States. Hell, it doesn’t qualify you to be a janitor at the local high school either.

Wednesday, July 02, 2008

Move Zig!

Condoleeza Rice revealed today that she was, as suspected, an alien. Returning from yet another shopping trip to the Mid-East and Europe, Rice who prefers to be called Kahndi, suggested that she would “take off every zig for great justice!” Secret Service agents assigned to Ms Rice informed the White House press corps that at least seventeen zigs had been found in the ladies room at the State Department.