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hyphenate Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Oct-18-05 11:09 PM
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Dick Cheney....latest scapegoat or volunteer?
The RW wanted Cheney out at the beginning of the election anyhow; they cited his health problems and all that wonderful distraction shit anyhow.

So, you figure....they knew the Plame thing wasn't going to go away, so it was manipulated all along to exonerate Rove and dipshit in chief. Cheney knew ahead of time that he would be the sacrificial lamb this time around. They all knew it, but like Oscar winning performers, they let the momentum build, let Miller stew for just the right length of time, waited....waited....then Scooter told Miller it was okay to give her source....just like it was planned all along. The time and date were calculated very carefully, the amount of other distractions in the background were weighed in their importance, but it was likely their timetable had to be moved forward a couple of months because of two little ladies we called Katrina and Rita.

So Rove's part became crucial--not "willing" to "give up" Cheney, his part required his hemming and hawing until it seemed more believable. And of course, he "gave in" just at the moment it looked like he would be indicted himself. And then, of course, there is Tom Delay and Bill Frist with their own little dramas going on....good way for the reichwing to disavow them and allegiance to them, by "pretending" to be embroiled in their own major crisis.

And so it goes...the architects of the neoconservative movement are closing one chapter.......their immediate involvement in the proceedings to take over the world, where they will now be able to pass on the baton of direct, overt involvement in favor of more subtle, covert and secret management instead.

It doesn't require an IQ of 200 to see that there is NO ONE in this administration, nor in any one of a hundred or even possibly a thousand appointments, hirelings or consultants, who isn't part of this conspiracy in one way or another, who can be trusted to even tell the time of day.

Like Enron, there is complicit guilt on the part of anyone who is associated with this leadership, and who knows how many will be with us for many, many years to come, in one way or another contributing to the stealth and power of these lying bastards? These are moles--true moles, who even more than moles in foreign espionage are corrupt and evildoers--because by all intents and purposes, they are working for an illicit and fascist group whose motives are reprehensible by all definitions of the word.

The majority of people of our country do not care. It is far more important to them to wonder why Nick and Jessica broke up, or why Brad and Jennifer are divorcing, or why pointy-toed shoes are more fashionable than good, comfortable ones. It is despicable to see how our country is being tainted by such obvious evil, and it is just as despicable to see how the average person doesn't give a fuck.

I hate what my country has become, and I am NO traitor to it. I love it too much to see it destroyed by such malignancies.
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ngGale Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Oct-19-05 02:25 AM
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1. Dick Cheney is no scapegoat...
at age 37 he was the second most powerful man in this country, under Reagan. He is no fool - he's cold, hard, and more corrupt than most would know.
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hyphenate Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Oct-19-05 05:12 AM
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2. Which makes him a willing participant
doesn't it? And that means he controls the situation and has possibly set up Karl Rove instead. What glee.
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hyphenate Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Oct-19-05 05:30 PM
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3. A kick
to discuss conspiracy?
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