Friday, April 07, 2006


George Bush was against the leak before he was for it.

I can't understand two there can be a liberal media bias when we're focused on The Davinci Code and Cynthia McKinney during a week where Bush is revealed as the source of the NIE leak, Tom DeLay resigns, the US courts are going to give the gift of martyrdom to Moussaoui, and a high ranking official in the Department of Homeland Security is arrested for seducing a 14 year old girl over the internet with naked pictures of himself wearing his DHS security badge.

And I can't understand why even 37% of America is so deep in denial that they continue to support George Bush.

Holy Crap, America.

Get your head out of your ass and ask yourself a couple of hard questions once in a while, instead of pretending the only thing keeping your boy down are liberal traitors in the White House Press Corps.

The official motto of this White House is "I won't comment on an ongoing investigation."

So much for restoring dignity to the White House. They have no credibility because they don't think they need any more credibility than their own say-so. You call that Democracy?

That dog don't hunt. That's like a prostitute preaching celibacy. Harry Taylor had it right, Bush should be ashamed. And scratching the W off the back of your SUV isn't going to be enough to remove your shame when you finally wake up and smell the catastrophe your support of this amoral idiot made possible.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

It is the very same situation that brought us the legal warrantless wiretaps that they claim to be illegal without actually checking to see that they were legal and now we have many of the Democrat leadership going off on the leak claiming Bush broke the law and lied. Sorry to inform them that a President of the United States has the authority to declassify information and that is exactly what he did. So there for there was no release of classified documents, end of the actual story.

So any continuation of this is simply nothing more partisan nonsense aimed at influencing the elections in November for political gain.

10:32 AM  
Blogger Archie Levine said...

So, pointing out that the President "declassified" the NIE, pretended that he didn't, claimed that doing so was a criminal act, told the nation he was ordering his staff to cooperate in the investigation to find that criminal leaker, and promising to fire whoever it was who did the leaking even though the whole time he knew that he was the one who did it...doing all of that for purely political gain is somehow noble and the democrats pointing out that this is wrong is just partisan bullshit?

Jesus, VET, you are really screwed up. There is legal and there is right. What the president did may have been legal, but it wasn't right and I can't believe you don't see that.

Just imagine a Democrat president doing exactly the same thing. If you don't think you'd feel the same way you do with Bush doing it, who is the person blinded by partisanship.

I can tell you, I don't care what party the President is a member of, I want him to tell me the truth and I want him to take responsibility when he gets caught.

Remember all that stuff his father used to preach about moral compass? Where is yours?

If he thought the leak was legal and justified, why did he spend so much time on camera saying he didn't know who the leaker was and that the leak was a serious crime?

Your boy said it was a crime before he got caught, and now that he has been ratted out by his stooge, he says it isn't a crime because he's the president and the law is his plaything.

Is that the kind of democracy you signed up to defend when you were a soldier?

Is that the kind of democracy our boys and girls are over there dying in order to spread?

How do you sleep at night?

1:37 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

When I was at war I was doing my job. We were not involved in politics but coming home was difficult to see how this country turned against our cause. Nothing like WWII when the country wasn't playing these silly games.

2:46 PM  

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