Thursday, August 02, 2007

Amidst the days supply of MisAdministration lies Bush only concentrates on ridicule to get his way, what a child!

First I have to say since he is rife for pulling childish tantrums I wish he would hold his breath and take his ball and go home while we still seem to have a country to save. Anyway I was going through the daily supply of lies and MisAdministration cover-up stories and decided to talk about the latest supply.
Now today's dose: First story I go to shows The Bush administration's antiterrorist surveillance efforts are more extensive than top officials have acknowledged, going beyond the controversial no-warrant eavesdropping program, the U.S. intelligence chief said Tuesday.
In a letter defending the embattled attorney general, National Intelligence Director Mike McConnell states that eavesdropping is just one of the programs President Bush authorized after the September 11, 2001, attacks on New York and Washington. "This is the only aspect of the NSA activities that can be discussed publicly because it is the only aspect of those various activities whose existence has been fully acknowledged," McConnell wrote. Give Gonzo sympathy he's over worked, what?
The letter was requested by Sen. Arlen Specter, the ranking Republican on the Senate Judiciary Committee, in order to clarify the accuracy of Gonzales' testimony. Specter told CNN's "The Situation Room" that McConnell's letter will require further interpretation once he receives an accompanying letter from Gonzales. "If he doesn't have a plausible explanation, then he hasn't leveled with the committee," Specter said.
Rumsfeld: No cover-up in Tillman's death - CNN.com
I mean come on! At this point they really can't really think they will get an honest or plausible answer out of anyone in the Mis administration can they?
Then I saw the story on Rummy the Dummy lying about there being no cover up on Tillman's murder. I mean come on, are we all stupid or something? Of course this was another cover-up! Cover-up is not the question but always how far up does it go?
Taking the hit this time, Lt. Gen. Philip Kensinger, whom the secretary of the Army censured Tuesday for his handling of the military's investigation into Tillman's death, was invited to testify but Rep. Henry Waxman, the committee's chairman, said the general had refused to appear and had been subpoenaed but couldn't be located. Kensinger's attorney said he was away on business. Away on business! If that was you or I we would be in jail.
"He declined the committee invitation to testify two weeks ago, so it was no surprise to the committee that he had no intent to participate in a hearing that is all about show and no substance," attorney Charles W. Gittins said in an e-mail to The Associated Press.
Rumsfeld: No cover-up in Tillman's death - CNN.com
I am sick of this arrogant ignorance! It is all show and no substance because that it the way this Mis Administration wants it to play out for their Political favor.

Then after all the crap and obvious lies we have been hearing from Gonzo we hear this: With potential perjury accusations hanging over him, embattled Attorney General Alberto Gonzales sent a letter to Senate leaders Wednesday acknowledging he "may have created confusion" in his previous testimony. May have? You mean purposely did create confusion. It has always worked in the past for Bushco.
He stupidly said he did not mean to mislead senators and was "determined to address any such impression." He is feeling the heat that is all otherwise he will only continue lying as usual.
In a two-page letter to Sen. Patrick Leahy, the Vermont Democrat who is chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, Gonzales defended his testimony while conceding he was not clear when he described highly classified National Security Agency surveillance activities. "I am deeply concerned with suggestions that my testimony was misleading, and am determined to address any such impression," Gonzales told Leahy.
Gonzales to senators: 'I may have created confusion' - CNN.com
Make him stop the BS. He is the attorney General, he knows how to be misleading and how not to be. He is deeply concerned because he is digging a deeper hole.

Then we hear from real decider the ignoramus Cheney who Tuesday dismissed congressional investigations into the firings of nine U.S. attorneys as "a bit of a witch hunt." He ignorantly Calls it what he wants but again, Bushco has turned this into a circus to hopefully be turned against us and used to their Political favor. Cheney says their is no wrong doing and as usual these idiots will continue to say that until they are caught red handed. Even then they would claim it a frame job and get away with it. I hate this lying underhanded BS.
The worst part it was he had the gaul to say: The president feels strongly -- and I do too, I agree with him -- that it's important for us to pass on these offices we occupy to our successors in as good a shape as we found them. And that means protecting and preserving the integrity of those processes," Cheney said.
Cheney: Congressional probe of attorneys' firings 'a witch hunt' - CNN.com
How can he say that with a straight face or whatever he calls that? Look what they have done to the integrity of the two top seats in the land? This is just stupefying!
Then the Judiciary Committee scores its first Public interview with a Bush aid or so they think.
The session with White House political aide J. Scott Jennings yielded little more than an appeal for sympathy and a citation of Greek mythology. Sympathy again, what the heck?
Meanwhile Rove's has been given absolute impunity to ignore any Congressional oversight and freed to continue to lie unabated. With top presidential aide Karl Rove skipping the hearing on Bush's orders, the committee had to make do with a Rove underling who made clear he was appearing only to signal goodwill and to avoid a contempt of Congress citation. Goodwill my rear!
Anyway Jennings bore nothing: "I will be unable at this time to answer any questions concerning White House consideration, deliberations or communications related to the U.S. attorneys matter," Jennings, deputy director of Bush's White House political shop, told the panel. He made that assertion after initially noting at the outset that he is only 29 years old. Poor little baby, who cares how old he is?
Anyway The committee has heard all of this before: Jennings' former boss, Sara Taylor, took a similar approach last month when she testified with a lawyer by her side and for several hours tried to pick and choose which questions to answer and which to refuse — citing executive privilege.
FOXNews.com - White House Aide Talks But Does Not Reveal Much at Senate Judiciary Panel Hearing - Politics Republican Party.

Finally amidst all this underhanded lying rear covering all the chief idiot can do is find time to ridicule. Unbelievable! Bush ridiculed House Speaker Nancy Pelosi Thursday for saying that the $22 billion that separates Democrats in Congress and the White House on spending bills is a "very small difference." I have to tell you when you compare that to the estimate $trillion dollar cost of waging an illegal war in Iraq and he trillions in debt, $22 billion is small.
Anyway undeterred as usual by his obvious game playing he went on to say: "Only in Washington can $22 billion be called a very small difference," Bush said after meeting with his Cabinet. Bush's tough talk in the steamy Rose Garden was his latest attempt to frame his side of the debate with the Democratic-led Congress over a dozen spending measures needed to fund federal operations after the current fiscal year ends on Sept. 30.
The president knocked Democratic leaders for planning to send Congress into its summer recess for a month starting this weekend without sending him a single one of the bills. That gives lawmakers very little time after they return in early September to get the spending bills passed.
"If Congress doesn't pass the spending bills by the end of the fiscal year, Cabinet secretaries report that their departments may be unable to move forward with urgent priorities for our country," Bush said. "This doesn't have to be this way."
Lawmakers have increased the president's $433 billion request for non-defense programs by about 5 percent. In many cases, the Democratic add-ons restore cuts Bush sought. In prior years, GOP-controlled congresses denied many of the same cuts. While Democrats tried to downplay the figure, Bush tried to make it sound as large as possible. He said it would amount to $205 billion over five years, which would average out to $1,300 in additional — unnecessary, in his view — spending per second.
FOXNews.com - President Bush Mocks Speaker Pelosi Over 'Very Small' $22 Billion Spending Appeal - Politics Republican Party.

I have to believe the add ons are needed and long overdue and that is little Bush that wants to block anything concrete being done to childishly make Democrats look like the problem while once again it is him. All the while his entire Mis Administration continues to lie through their teeth in hopes of Bush continuing his new "dis"order. Unbelievable!

James Joiner
Gardner, Ma
http://www.anaveragepatriot.com/

8 comments:

Larry said...

How many secret orders like this has Bush signed that we will never hear about, until it is too late.

Where are the supposed Democratic leaders who vow to bring back our freedoms?

How many lies can these people tell under oath and their perjury goes unnoticed?

Aren't we already 90% under dictatorial rule?

enigma4ever said...

goo day to rant huh?
Good job ;-)
Anyways- About Rummy- I watched it on Cspan3-
and actually it is with Kucinich asking questions and Rummy just denies HIS role- he says" I was not a part of any Coverup"...see how different that is? Media got it wrong ( again)....
( google Tillman Murder- there is some amazing stuff out there....)

Larry asks some really good questions...that I can not answer....

Keep blogging it...

Larry said...

Check out these figures, which I am guessing are low:

There are at least 22,000 of our troops, our children, who have suffered Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and/or Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) have been misdiagnosed with Personality Disorder and mustered out of the U. S. military with no care given, and no access to future medical and mental health care.

an average patriot said...

Larry said...
How many secret orders like this has Bush signed that we will never hear about, until it is too late.

Where are the supposed Democratic leaders who vow to bring back our freedoms?

How many lies can these people tell under oath and their perjury goes unnoticed?

Aren't we already 90% under dictatorial rule?

Multitudes Larry and many if not most we will never know about unless we trip on them. This is really sickening.
It stinks but the Democratic leaders are doing their damnedest to come through on their promises. However Bushco is laughing and will continue to block and trip them up in hopes of making them look as inept as them. I am hoping that in will backfire on them in 2008.
Lastly I continue to say we are no longer a Democracy. Bush invokes the name only to eneble him to follow his new "dis"order. Look at our total picture as too the Governments control and our lack of control and you see we are an absolute Dictatorship.

an average patriot said...

enigma
You know 100% darn well Tillman was murdered and there was a major coverup. Rummy was involved in it if only by the fact that he knew there was one and insists on dummying up. I am so sick of this whole whole lying underhanded crap.

an average patriot said...

Larry
Your figures are prety close. What disgusts me as in every single case today, the idiot comes on TV and says how much he cares and then the lying, corruption, and cronyism. simply continues. I am so peeved but like everyone else seemingly powerless to see truth and facts told.

Dusty said...

The arrogance is blinding. It's all I can say to every one of these smarmy moves.

an average patriot said...

Dusty You're alright! The whole thing is stupifying and amidst all this lying and corruption we just have to listen to it knowing we are being lied to and are powerless to make these idiots be honest.