Saturday, July 23, 2005

It's So Nice to Know That Our Government is Run By Criminals and Traitors

REPUBLICANS MUST CHOOSE: BUSH OR AMERICA?

"We already know that Rove is a traitor. So, probably, is Cheney. Since George W. Bush has protected traitors for at least two years; he is therefore an accomplice to the Rove-Libby cell. We are long past the point where, during the summer of 1974, GOP senators led by Barry Goldwater told Richard Nixon that he had to resign. So why aren't Turd Blossom and his compadres out of office and awaiting trial? Democrats are out of power. And, sadly, Republicans have become so obsessed with personal loyalty that they've forgotten that their first duty is to country, not party or friend. Unless they wake up soon and dump Bush, Republicans could be permanently discredited. We don't need a law to tell us that unmasking a CIA agent, particularly during wartime, is treasonous. Every patriotic American - liberal, conservative, or otherwise - knows that."

Do they?

7 comments:

windspike said...

Hey, if I put a yellow ribbon on my truck doesn't that make me a patriot?

SheaNC said...

You might need to add some of the extra accessories for good measure. A bunch of products with the American flag printed on them, some W bumper stickers, and of course, those would be put on a ridiculously oversized SUV.

Nedhead said...

Hey, I kid you not, this morning I passed a Chevy Aveo plastered with Bush stickers and flags, so it ain't just SUV drivers....

Jack Mercer said...

Hi Shea!

You may want to check out this post before any more Rove posts. Just a tip!

-Jack

Jack Mercer said...

http://newssnipet.blogspot.com/2005/07/wilson-plame-novak-rove-blame-game.html

post...

Sorry

SheaNC said...

Jack, yes, lots of blame has been volleyed and no convictions are in place. However... it appears to me (actually to many) that the incident is based on a Bush administration vendetta against someone who pointed out the emporer has no clothes. Immoral and unethical, say we. It's too bad the government couldn't put as much energy into locating and arresting Osama Bin Laden, ay?

Jack Mercer said...

Sounds like it, doesn't it.

Quick question. Just a discussion question I guess to get your perspective (in other words it doesn't have anything to do with this post):

If we capture Bin Laden, what do you think should be done about him?

Would be interested in your perspective, Shea.

-Jack