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Friday, June 18, 2004

I agree with Dick Cheney. Shocking, no? Here's what he said in an interview yesterday, "The press, with all due respect, (is) often times lazy, often times simply reports what somebody else in the press said without doing their homework." Problem is, he's right for all the wrong reasons. He's pissy b/c the press is calling Bushco on their Iraq/911 lies. You have to read this article to see what a complete and total dick Dick is. But here's the kicker:
Asked if Iraq was involved in 9/11, he said, "We don't know."

"What the commission says is they can't find evidence of that," he said. "We had one report, which is a famous report on the Czech intelligence service, and we've never been able to confirm or to knock it down."

The uncorroborated Czech report, which has been widely disputed, alleged that 9/11 ringleader Mohammed Atta met with an Iraqi intelligence agent in Prague before the attacks.

Asked if he knows information that the 9/11 commission does not know, Cheney replied, "Probably."

1. The FBI investigation concluded that it could not have happened. And while the FBI has certainly made some mistakes in recent years, I'm going to take their word on this one.
2. Cheney is withholding information from the 9/11 commission? What a juvenile thing to say. If only he weren't such a dangerous bastard. And just when I'm settling in to the idea of Rummy being the most detestable member of Bushco, Cheney pulls something like this.

And here's a question. If, as Bushco says, the administration never claimed that Iraq was an "imminent" threat (lies), and if, as they now say, they never claimed that Iraq had anything to do with 9/11 (more lies), then why exactly did we go to war again? So over $120 billion has been spent on a war with a country that wasn't a threat to us and hadn't done anything to us? Hell, let's invade Switzerland while we're at it. They've got all those pocket knives, afterall. And why would they stockpile pocket knives unless they have intentions of using them against us at some point? Plus, all the clocks would make perfect parting gifts. And the Swiss always remain neutral on everything, so it's not like they've got allies who will get upset over an invasion. Especially if we give them some of those clocks. The Swiss do makes great clocks, right? At least great cocoa then.

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