Monday, October 24, 2005


Remember those nostalgic days long ago when Republicans were pissing and whining and making a big deal about a certain duly elected President lying under oath, and how he should be impeached for doing it?

You do? Good. Because the Republicans seem to have completely forgotten their own screeds of only a few years ago. When was it? 1996? 1997?

So, less than a decade later, will those Republicans remember what they said about an Executive-in-Chief lying, and what should happen to them? And will they hold the Vice President to the same standard? Oh, I'm sure they would if that VPs name were Al Gore or John Edwards.

But what do they do when the VPs name is Dick Cheney?

Thanks to Firedoglake, for an untwisting of NYT Editorial logic to point out one simple truth: Dick Cheney committed perjury and, according to the GOP, that is an impeachable offense. Meaning that, the second Cheney is indicted for perjury, or anything else, the House Majority Whip and the Speaker should be introducing those Articles of Impeachment.



Bueller...? Bueller...?

But, to quote some other online entity who got to it before me... It's beginning to look a lot like Fitzmas, more and more each day...

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