Cheney calls investigation of CIA "ourageous political act"
Newsmax is reporting that in an interview to be aired tomorrow on 'Fox News Sunday' former Vice-President Dick Cheney called the Justice Department's investigation into CIA interrogation techniques an "outageous political act."
Certainly the Obama administration's continued attacks on our nation's intelligence agencies could damage the nation's intelligence gathering capabilities and threaten our security. What nations will feel comfortable assisting the U.S. if they fear being dragged into future criminal investigations? If we continue to show terrorists that they will be coddled and have nothing to fear what deterrence do we have against possible future attacks? (Examiner.com, 29 August 2009)
This story was, of course, carried by a large number of reactionary press sources. This particular direct source quotation from the Columbia Independent Examiner was chosen for this MeanMesa post because of its very interesting -- and very original -- spelling, both on the column's title line and in the Cheney quote in the body of the text. One more time for emphasis.
Newsmax is reporting that in an interview to be aired tomorrow on 'Fox News Sunday' former Vice-President Dick Cheney called the Justice Department's investigation into CIA interrogation techniques an "outageous [sic: 'outrageous'] political act."
Gosh. If an overweight, war-mongering, effeminent draft dodging crook says something like this, I guess we'd better pay attention -- regardless of the spelling!
So, Dick Baby. Apply for another one of your famous deferments and pack your undies and socks for the cardiac ward of the nearest Federal penitentiary. We'll keep listening to every word you say. Tell FOX NEWS, whatever that is, to put your face on the television A LOT and to broadcast all the important stuff you're saying OVER and OVER!
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