::happy birthday

25 12 2005

Jesus!

kisses,

jimbo

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::shameful act

19 12 2005

So Dubya wants to launch a probe to find out who leaked the latest shameful act.

Or, wait…that’s not it.

Dubya wants to launch a probe to find out who leaked his shameful act.

No, that’s not it either.

I’ve got it now. Dubya had the NSA commit a shameful act by making them listen to the telephone calls and read the emails of what the press is calling thousands of Americans who are probably really bad people and want to blow shit up, but the evidence against them is so weak that even the FISA court wouldn’t give out a warrant.

No…wait. That’s almost it, but not quite. Its the subtlety of politics that get to me sometimes.

So, this is the deal. Dubya had the NSA listen to the telephone calls and read the emails of thousands of Americans who are probably really bad people who want to blow shit up, which was a patriotic and honorable thing to do, considering that those bad people need to be stopped and the NSA is just the group of folks to do it. Some rat bastard leaked the story to those no good liberty-hating bastards over at the Jew York Times, and there is a probe to find who comitted that shameful act.

Glad we sorted that out.

Question for the masses:

If you were having phone sex while the NSA listened in, would it be a shameful act if they jerked off? Probably not, if they didn’t finish the job.

It’s the leaks we are trying to avoid, after all.

And if someone probed the leak…I hope they use protection, is all.

I suppose it is unfair of me to suggest that Dubya is an anti-semite, because I’m honestly not aware of him having ever said or done anything racist. Some people scoff at the “token” minorities in his cabinet, but you don’t make someone your Secretary of State and your National Security Advisor because is is a good photo op. But that is likely to be the only decent thing about George Bush.

Bush did an interview on the 16th with Jim Lehrer in which he tried to dodge the subject completely, and failed utterly.
Finally he put it something like this: I think the question isn’t has the NSA been taping people’s phone calls, the question is having I been keeping America safe?

No, I want to know if you’re taping my phonecalls, youslimymotherfucker.

You can download the audio if you like here. I would have so I could get his exact words, but I get sick when I hear his voice, and these are new shoes.

He gave a press conference this morning and talked about leaks and how shameful they are. And how good it is to have the government spy on people. If only there were some way for the NSA to listen to every single electronic communication in the world. In real-time.

That would be cool. And we would be really, really safe then.

Here’s hoping lots and lots of people keep on talking about the latest impeachable act.

There I go again, getting it wrong.

Here’s hoping lots and lots of people keep on talking about the latest shameful act.

Personally, I think leaking isn’t shameful at all. I mean, everyone does it.

It is just important to always wash your hands after.

kisses,

jimbo