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Monday, March 13, 2006

After an unintentional weeklong hiatus from intensive news and blog consumption, I come back to find that not much has changed. Mostly, Bush is still clueless, Cheney is still about as popular as Stalin (check that, Stalin wins), and politicians on both sides of the aisle are still opportunistic leeches. But the most heartening consistency has to be that of Delusional Donny Rumsfeld, who offered up this rationale last week before Congress while denying that things were getting worse in Iraq:
"From what I've seen thus far, much of the reporting in the U.S. and abroad has exaggerated the situation," Rumsfeld said. "We do know, of course, that al Qaeda has media committees. We do know they teach people exactly how to try to manipulate the media. They do this regularly. We see the intelligence that reports on their meetings. Now I can't take a string and tie it to a news report and then trace it back to an al Qaeda media committee meeting. I am not able to do that at all."
Ok, I have to ask, has he finally gone absolutely batshit insane? Seriously, he makes Uncle Junior look mentally stable. If we're lucky, Rummy will put a plug in his boss' gut too.

Image hosting by Photobucket Image hosting by Photobucket The dementia twins.

Of course, Dick Cheney may be better suited for that job.

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