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

Now Here's a Winner

Pending congressional approval, our next attorney general has been picked. We're talking about the hero of the people that made sure all the dirt on Cheney's energy commission stayed secret, and pointed out that the Geneva Convention was too weak when dealing with terrorists, and that we needed to be ready to give terrorists a good knocking about to spill their guts, whether or not we've actually brought charges against them.

A real stand up guy, you know. Exactly the person I want to be serving as the Attorney General. Good choice guys.

And, not that we care any more, but there's another summary of voting oddness. Again, nothing that says, "Hey! BUSH CHEATED!", so all the damn "Blue Staters" can get down off of that one, but there is enough to say, "Hey... something smells fishy. Maybe we should check into this."

Oh, by the by, I live in New York, but damned if I'm a "blue stater". I'm a Federalist, and don't you forget it.

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