Tuesday, March 20, 2007

I knew it was bad,

but I didn't realize it was THIS bad. Good god almighty.

12 comments:

frobisher said...

Well considered they lied and manipulated evidence to justify a war on a sovereign nation (Iraq), no, I'm not surprised in the least

Sassy Sundry said...

Yep. I'm afraid I knew about this. I don't believe in hell, but I rather wish I did. Hell would be a nice place for Bush & Co.

Mr Farty said...

*weeps*

I'm going to have to write that serious post. Soon.

Melissa said...

Oh, that's just super.

I wish I were more surprised.

First Nations said...

but the president is magic!
if he changes the facts, they come true!
right?
right?

his grandkids will have to live in that world. I hope he lives to see it.

Mangonel said...

Is this the sort of thing that would run in a USA paper?

Valerie said...
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Valerie said...

Oh, crap in a can. I knew it, but didn't KNOW it. What a piece of filth.

{grrrrrrr}

llewtrah said...

You don't have to believe in hell. If the planet warms up much more we'll already be in it. Hell on Earth :(

Da Nator said...

Can't hear you, lalala... in my happy place... been here since, oh, about the year 2000, now...

realdoc said...

Not remotely surprised. There are no depths to which governments will not sink.
Love your knotty cufflinks btw

Homo Escapeons said...

That's News?
Say hello to the next Scooter Libby. As if any of this will stick to the Commander In Chief of the free world.
Once he gets back from his trip to South (sniff sniff) America, code named Jumping Off The Wagon, we will witness a remarkable transition in the President's behavior.

Picture Chill Wills riding the Bomb down in Dr. Strangelove and you'll get an idea of what it is like to go out TEXAS STYLE!
YEEHAW!!