Sunday, October 30, 2005

Will The Scooter Roll?

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Photo: Scooter Libby (Unattributed)

The question now is whether Scooter Libby will finger his boss Vice President Dick Cheney for having conspired with him in the naming of CIA operative Valerie Plame, or in the subsequent attempt to cover up said criminaal activity?

Would the Republican held legislative branch ever impeach the Vice President even if he were indicted?

I consider this to be a highly unlikely result of any finding of misconduct on the part of either President Bush, or his Vice President Dick Cheney.

The american people spoke loud, and clear in the last election. These folk are in total control of the nation, and they will do what they want. Corruption, and illegality is totally acceptible if it's carried out in the name of God, and Country.

Scooter can make all the deals he wants, and nothing will go any further (except a little country-club-jail-time for Scooter, and a fruitless indictment of Vice President Dick Cheney.

Trust me on this one folks. President G.W. Bush, and Vice President Dick Cheney could be caught on live video sacraficing a baby to the devil, while consuming its charred flesh - and they would still be endorsed by the religious right as long as they use the right code words, and by the rich as long as they continue with the tax breaks.

So bend over folks, and enjoy, and don't ever forget that you're paying for this!

1 comment:

Ex-Newfie said...

Amen and amen to your comments. And the sad part of all this is that there are thinking, informed people who will quit voting because all they see around them is corruption by politicians. There are no statesmen anymore. If you are on TV and you speak the "code words" and you show up for photo ops then you must be OK.

It sickening and disheartening and such a sad state of affairs for a country that was a world leader, instead of a laughing stock.

And ditto for our state leadership as well.

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