November 13, 2005

Too Far

The Central Intelligence Agency isn't perfect, but to suggest there is no difference between CIA and al Qaeda personnel is far over the line, even for the traitorous cesspool that is the Democratic Underground.

Posted by Confederate Yankee at November 13, 2005 11:31 PM | TrackBack

Well, ain't that nice. Sheez.

Blogrollin' ya at my place. Great place, and love the name.

Posted by: Alabama at November 14, 2005 02:23 AM

Hey Yank,

I have an important question, where the hell was Karl Rove this past weekend? First on Friday, Bush gives a speech calling those who disagree with his war policy "deeply irresponsible." Somebody should have reminded him that 57% of Americans now disagree with his war policy. Do you think it is a good idea to use a day reserved for the solemn remembrance of our war veterans to call 57% of Americans deeply irresponsible? I think not. What do you think?

And then on Saturday Bush allows himself to be photographed on those cycling tights. It's one of the foremost truisms of American politics that Americans do not want to see their president wearing tights. It may have been OK for him to wear tights when he was cheerleading at Yale, but he's the leader of the free world now! Even among you lustful republicans who seem head over heels for the guy, you must agree that some things are best left to the imagination. C'mon, George, No More Tights!!

Cheney's approval rating is now down to 19%. Maybe Bush should lend Cheney the tights, after all how much worse could it get? Cheney's at an approval level we havn't seen since the halcyon days of Spiro Agnew, the tights might get him back at least in to the 20%+ range.

And did you hear that one fo Tom Delays staffers called right wing Christian conservatives "whackos?" Almost makes me want to give Delay some cash for his defense!

Just thought I would share some of todays good news!

Posted by: phil at November 14, 2005 05:12 PM

Phil, thank you for proving yourself as exactly the kind of person Bush was really addressing Freiday: someone who rewrites history. He did not call those who disagree with his war policy deeply irresponsible, and in fact, he said people had a right to disagree with his war policy. He said those who LIED and tried to rewrite history were irresponsible, and they are.

In that vein, consider yourself on probation. Lie again, and you're gone for good.

Posted by: Confederate Yankee at November 14, 2005 05:30 PM

CY, please don't do that to me, again... send me to the DU. For a minute there I thought I had landed in al Qaeda's camp. Wow, hard to believe that stuff comes outa Americans. But, PLEASE, don't send me there again!

Posted by: Old Soldier at November 14, 2005 06:24 PM