Calling Dr. Hartley
Just a note to the few thumb-sucking angry, angry clods who still manage to find the repressed rage to lash out at me on a daily basis, even though I haven't written for weeks. Keep those hilarious comments coming! They make my day. You could be a little more creative, as hitting the same dumb themes gets old after reading them about 300 times or so. Surely you can pull yourself together enough to have an original thought, even if it's half-baked. I like to print them out and show them to my friends. They're always a hit.
By the way, someone said your breath always smelled like butterscotch. I thought that was odd, until they explained that I missheard them. They'd said it always smelled like butt or scotch. That was more easy to believe.
Speaking of crooks and habitual liars, what do you think of "Scooter" getting let off of serving his sentence? The Bush crime family always takes care of it's own. Scooter lied his ass off to protect Cheney and the administration and it's very hard to imagine that there wasn't some sort of deal worked out back then to let him skate on serving time if he continued to falsely lie to the court about Cheney's illegal activities.
He's getting fined a quarter million dollars, money that he's gotten several times over from wealthy right wing donors as well as other misguided boobs who think the rule of law should only apply to their political enemies. (of course these same people were the ones screaming "what about the CHILDREN" and saying that the entire system of law would be undermined if Clinton weren't impeached for supposed perjury, the very charge for which Scooter Libby was tried,convicted, and sentenced for.)
So the fine is a nothing, his multi-million dollar legal fees are already taken care of, and he'll no doubt be taken care of for life. Crime pays when you're hanging with the Bushies.
Bush says he respects the jury who convicted Libby. But this is the same guy who mocked Karla Fay Tucker pleading for her life before ordering her execution, which hundreds of prominent figures, including the Pope himself, opposed and pleaded with Bush to not carry out. But if you're someone protecting them from getting exposed as the tyrants they are who believe that the law does not apply to them, then when you get convicted and sentenced to prison (a cushy one at that), Bush finds it too harsh a punishment.
Funny, ain't it?