Thursday, March 01, 2007


There's a kerfluffle brewing about the bloggers who have expressed regret that VP Cheney wasn't removed by the bomber who suicided at Bhagram AFB the other day. The fact that Malkin, Limbaug, and Hannity et al have turned their megaphones on in order to villify those anonomous bloggers has all the mainstream progressive bloggers with their panties in a twist, deleting comments and condeming those anon commentors.

I feel closer to the anonomous bloggers than anything else.

Consider: This man (VP Cheney) has done more than anyone else in the world to mess up and subvert the way our fed government works. This man has done more than anyone else in the world to wreak our national security, our economy, our culture of cooperation, our ecological system, and our armed forces. This man has done more harm than anyone else in the world to our standing in the world and our relations with allies and enemies.

Worse, he did it not for ideological reasons, but for filthy lucre, for himself and his cronies.

He has made the world a much much more dangerous place for each and every american, and for the next few hundred years, if we last that long.

If there were any justice, this man would be in the dock on charges of treason right now.

That he's not says more about the state of our democracy than anything.


Blogger Woodstock said...

Cheney is a scumbag of the worst kind: not only is he guilty of bullsh*t he's also a liar and a hypocrite ('s OK to criticize John Kerry's wife (not that I'm a big Kerry fan, mind you) but when someone points out that Cheney's daughter is a lesbian and the Republicans are just a wee bit unfriendly to homosexuals she's off limits *even though she's publically working her father's reelection campaign*? WTF?!?!?). Do I want to see Cheney dead? Hell no! I want to see him flayed and staked out on a hill of fire ants. Death is probably too kind a punishment for all of his public and private sins. That said...I really wanted to say about this entry: nice photo :)

10:29 AM, March 12, 2007  

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