Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Whatsamada? You Can't Handle The Truth?

Of course, the republican nut balls that led our nation down the foul, stench filled, unethical and illegal path to the tawdry torture that will eventually led the perpetrators to hell are all aflutter.
A former Bush White House press secretary, Ari Fleischer, said if a probe is opened up, "Barack Obama will regret this as one of the worst moments of his presidency, because it will set off a multi-year, extraordinarily divisive, all-consuming Washington scandal/controversy and everyone will end up looking bad."
I would suggest the American people have a stronger stomach than many of the republicans believe, and we actually can handle the truth, and indeed will prosper for having known the full extent of the damage. I say let the investigations begin. The reason why Rove et. al. protest to much is that they know they have crossed the line for no aparrent gain, but to the detriment of the very Constitutional fabric of our great nation. The only way to fix this is to clean the stench by washing the stains out of our flag with the swift, blind and full application of justice.

Open it up. Put it on youtube. The people have a right to know what their elected officials (and their unelected but appointed chronies) did to bring us the America we have today.

As Shakespeare would say, Rove "doth protest too much:"

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Perfect fitKarl Rove is a propagandist, not a logician. Logic was never his strong suit.

Logic isn't the public's strong suit, either. How else does one explain Palin/McCain receiving any votes?

Hannity citing former CIA Director George Tenet -- slam dunk George, the man who sees things that aren't there -- as a source for prevented attacks is laughable.

Where are those Iraqi WMDs?

On whose watch did 9/11 occur?

Who outed Valerie Plame?

Who replaced US District Attorneys "based on policy differences?"

Rove's self-serving comments should surprise no one. He doesn't want to go to jail.