Thursday, March 29, 2007

Amnesia Epidemic in Washington D.C.

Considering the number of times we have heard the words "I do not recall that" from members of the Evil Bush Regime in the last 2 years, I am seriously concerned that there may, in fact, have been an evil Al Quaeda plot that has been hatched to subvert our government by contaminating water or air or food supplies in such a fashion that those who report to the Pretender to the Presidency and his minions are afflicted with some form of short-and-long-term memory loss.

On occasion, this contagion seems to have reached into the ranks of the white house press corps, and so must be caused by something that can, in fact, be ingested either orally or nasally, one presumes.

Right now the focus is on GonzoGate - and while the horrors in Iraq, Afghanistan and elsewhere are never far from my mind, it occurs to me that the more angles from which this Evil Tyrant is questioned, forced to comply, and forced to explain - the sooner it will be possible for the TRUTH to come out, for BINDING resolutions, for TIMETABLES, for veto overrides, and for an end to this nightmare.

382 682 days.
(Thanks, BBC - I guess it was wishful thinking)


BBC said...

Wouldn't it just be easier to bomb the White House and start over again?

With a bunch of moderates?

How did we get from 682 days to only 382 days?

Peacechick Mary said...

It is amazing that what they actually DO recall is not even based on reality or contradicts what they just said. Maybe their brains are scrambled. I'm excited that Congress did pass the benchmark plan. I would have liked to see a funding for withdrawal only, but I understand they were going for consensus.

The Future Was Yesterday said...

I doubt The Murderer & Co are going to be forced into much of anything. Right now, both sides are doing the election year tap dance.