Thursday, April 06, 2006

Bush Takes a Leak

Well, well, well, is anyone who finds their way to THIS blog surprised? Surely not, unless you happen to be a neo-con who stumbled their way into the Land of Liberaldom.

For any of you who haven't heard the latest assault to our shaky democracy rendered by Not My Presidentbush, expect to hear in the next few days that he has fired himself.

Man of his word that he is, in July of 2003, he feigned outrage that anyone in HIS administration might have leaked classified information regarding the Crime De Jour at the time: Plamegate. Those of us trained in reading body language understood then that he was engaged in his second favorite Occupation, lying. And strongly implying that anyone caught doing so would be fired.

I'll betcha dollars to donuts that tonight, W's mouth isn't the only part of his body leaking.

Stay tuned for a first hand account of Leaky the Liar's visit to Bridgeport, CT. I had to take a day or two off to recover.


"There is nothing worse than gangrene of the soul."Mike Malloy ~ 1/20/05




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1 comment:

elcymoo said...

Thanks to the documents released in the course of Fitzgerald's investigation, we know beyond the shadow of a doubt that the Resident-In-Chief authorized leaking on the American public for purely partisan political gain. I don't care for the way it looks or feels, and Bush's sagging ratings prove that most of the public agrees with me. The Buck-Never-Stops-Anywhere-Near-Me Bush will find a way to blame it on someone else, though. I wonder if he and his supporters would dare try this:

Click here: Daily Kos: BREAKING: Jesus Likely Authorized Plame Leak

BREAKING: Jesus Likely Authorized Plame Leak
by Slartibartfast
Fri Apr 07, 2006 at 01:17:16 AM PDT
Christian administration officials today say that Jesus personally authorized U.S. President George W. Bush to grant permission to former Vice Presidential Aide I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby to disclose the identity of CIA agent Valerie Plame Wilson to New York Times reporter Judith Miller. The official, who requested anonymity because of legitimate apprehension of eternal damnation and/or a continuous six hour private concert with David Hasselhoff and Yanni, said that Jesus called George W. Bush personally to authorize the authorization of the leak of classified information.

In the phone call, Jesus reportedly said, "Valerie Plame's husband, Joe Wilson, has sullied my good name by claiming that you, President Bush misled the world in conflating the crimes of Osama bin Laden and Saddam Hussein. Since I and my father, his whose name shall not be spoken aloud, speak through you, George, if you are questioned, we are questioned, and we cannot have that. If you mess with the family, we cannot guarantee your safety."

US President George W. Bush on the phone for his weekly conference call with Jesus and his father, whose name shall not be revealed [OK, his name is George H.W. Bush].

These revelations about Mr. Christ's role in the Plame leak arise just as the official story of Jesus being betrayed by Judas Iscariot come into question. In the so-called "Gospel of Judas", it is alleged that, instead of Judas providing information to authorities without Jesus' specific knowledge, such information was provided with the full knowledge and authorization of Jesus H. Christ himself. There is no indication whether Jesus' father, whose name shall not be spoken or typed, had any prior knowledge of the leak.

This was not the first leak from the most recent Christian administration. After the last administration was impeached for Lying Under Penance and Obstruction of Eternal Damnation, the new leader promised to bring dignity back to the church. Representing the Roman Catholic wing of the administration, Pope Benedict XVI, formerly known as Joseph "Joey Rats" Ratzinger, had no immediate comment, but a spokesman said that the pope would not comment on "an ongoing eternal judgment".

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