How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy


For your viewing pleasure:

Cute little pouting Condi. She looks so sad and pensive. Like a Cabbage Patch doll getting a rectal exam.

This comes up because they've decided that Condi can testify publicly. The fact that executive privlege doesn't cover what the administration is trying to use it for probably has something to do with that. But I think the _real_ cause is my taunts and critiques in this blog. Bush reads my blog and it makes him cry.

They're not really afraid of Clarke though. They know how to contain him. They got Wolf Blitzer, everyone's favorite CCN correspondant that has master the English Teacher Chic, pointing out "that [in] his own personal life, they're also suggesting that there are some weird aspects in his life as well."

You'd figure that with the reputation that this administration had made for itself when it comes to sullying people's reputations to silence them, they'd be better practiced at it by now. "He's merely going in front of the public, getting his ass grilled before an investigation committee, and knowing that lies would be purjury of a high degree to promote his new book. And he's weird."

The reply that Clarke didn't make was, "Nuh-uh. You're weird."
To which Bush didn't respond, "I'm rubber and your glue!"

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