Monday, October 23, 2006

ARROGANCE & STUPIDITY ON THE MARCH: FROM THE EAST COAST, TO THE SHORES OF THE TIGRIS.

In an entry from the "Circle The Wagons, Re-Write The Books, and When All Else Fails, Just Lie Through Your Teeth" Files, we learn from BBC that State Department official Alberto Fernandez, who told Al Jazeera that the US showed "arrogance and stupidity" in Iraq, has retracted his statements. Just one day after State Department mouthpiece Sean McCormick said Fernandez was mis-quoted, Alberto himself claims he re-read the transcript, noting that he "seriously misspoke by using the phrase," which "represents neither [his] views not those of the state department."

And then Administration thugs dragged him back to Dick Cheney's underground lare for further waterboarding.

The parade continues, as "No Accountability," "Ass-Covering," and "Lies" march past the grandstand, to the cheers and whoops of the press and public. Will the much-rumored, but unconfirmed, "Vote The Bastards Out" float ever make it, or will the wheels come off? Stay tuned.

But first, a message from Chevy Trucks, and then a stirring performance of This Is Our Country by John Mellencamp!

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