Monday, October 24, 2005

Monday sucks...

A bitch was truly antisocial this weekend. Sometimes my ass just gets overloaded. So, this bitch took to my hovel…with vodka and cran in hand…

Yesterday, a bitch indulged in my favorite Sunday ritual…watching the political chat shows and indulging in potatoes fried with onion and cheesy eggs.

Meet the Press was a joy! Russert was wearing his green tie and looking very serious and frownish. This bitch is going to skip over the rather boring analysis of all things Scooter and move right on to the exchange that…well…it was amazing, chil'ren.

A bitch has enhanced it with some liberal bitchitude, but the basics are the same.

Russert, tie green and mouth grim…"Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison, do you expect there to be indictments?”

Kay (we are not tight but a bitch has hated her for years and feels that such a long-term relationship negates formality) “No Tim, but what I really hope is that there are not some silly indictments on some sort of non-crime like perjury or obstruction of justice. I hope that the prosecutor doesn’t do to Rove and Libby what that mean ole meany did to Martha Stewart! If you can’t get them on a real crime you shouldn’t be able to take them down on a technicality.”

Russert paused. It seemed that he closed his eyes and said a little prayer to the Devine One to take him away from the insanity that is Washington D.C.!

“You are not suggesting that perjury and obstruction of justice are not crimes, are you?” he asked with a wisp of fear in his voice, as if her answer terrified him.

“No. No, I’m not saying that. I know that perjury and obstruction of justice are crimes. What I’m saying is that DeLay has naked pictures of me in a drawer somewhere and that’s why I have to come out here and say shit that doesn’t make a lick of sense! Ummm. Oh, ummmm. Hmmmmm. What was I saying? Yes, there are crimes and then there are crimes and I think the Republican leadership should only be investigated for crimes!”

Russert moved on, careful to avoid giving Kay any more questions, and the show continued with more blah, blah, blah talking head nonsense.

Oh, but what a juicy morsel of bullshit! Jesus, did a sitting United States Senator just suggest that non-elected public officials should be exempt from the penalty of perjury or obstruction of justice?

Hold on just one fucking minute! A bitch enjoyed the senatorial bullshit on Meet the Press as much as the next bitch, but that little exchange freaked my ass out! What the fuck? Senators and people who work at the highest levels of government should be held to a higher standard! These assholes have the ability to make mistakes that…oh, my ass doesn’t know….TAKE A FUCKING NATION TO WAR!

Can a bitch give false testimony in court under oath? Can a bitch try to manipulate others to give false testimony or bury evidence of a crime?

No.

Well, if this bitch can’t do it you better fucking believe that some overpaid ignorant government shit can’t do it either!

Jesus to Gawd, Senator Huchison has no fucking shame.

Fucking minion...

12 comments:

BarefootCajun said...

Can't go after them for perjury, huh? Kind of like those fucking Republicans didn't go after Clinton for perjury, right?

I just love how the rules change when they're in the hot seat. Fuckers!

Dixie said...

My shoe shunning friend, you beat me to it. What a pile of hypocritical bullshit.

Sedie said...

since we can't go after them for purgery can we please. . . (taken from a sign at a march in D.C.) "Would someone please give him a blow job so we can IMPEACH HIM!!!!"

nostradumass said...

jesus to gawd!

Shawn said...

I'm struck speechless....are you kidding? This trick had the audacity to suggest that she and her peers/co-horts/cronies are above the law? I mean, you're entitled to believe whatever you want. But publicly declaring that you shouldn't have to adhere to the same laws that every other American is subject is down right ridiculous. And she said all of this with a straight face? You have to be kidding me!!!!

CrankyProf said...

None of them have any fucking shame -- they're all whores.

I say we buy a hooker to blow him, and then run the impeachment. I'll kick in some serious coin for that.

Homer said...

I saw on another blog dear Ms. Katey-Sue's speech during the Clinton impeachment bullshit whether she went on-and-on-and-on about how he had to be convicted because of the perjury/lying bizness. What a moron.

Hammer said...

Hey ABB!
How goes things? Have talked to you in awhile!
I'm currently working on some music w/Bradley...hoping to do a fundraiser of sorts for me to cross the line in Ft. Benning this year. You going to the SOA Watch protest? We have extra rooms at our hotel and would be happy to have you drive down with us.

Peace!

Hammer!

Sangroncito said...

hang in there...it's almost wednesday!

Ddot the King said...

I too watch all those political shows despite the fact that they make me hurl! It just defies logic that these people would come on TV and say some of the things they say. I actually did a post about the very same thing today. it's just ridiculous. Great post.

cats said...

john stewart did a great job of making the same point on the daily show last night. (almost as good as you did.)

i think i'm really glad i went to church on sunday morning.

Hamilsizzle said...

This from the Pew Research Center for the People & the Press:

"Recent legal troubles have negatively affected public perceptions of a number of political leaders. As many Americans hold an unfavorable as a favorable view of Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist today. In January 2003, the public viewed him favorably by more than two-to-one.

Opinions of Rep. Tom DeLay are even more negative. Overall, 40% of Americans view DeLay unfavorably, while 18% view him favorably and 42% can't rate him. In an April 2005 Gallup survey the public was more divided, with nearly as many rating Delay favorably as unfavorably.

Karl Rove, too, receives more unfavorable than favorable marks by roughly two-to one, though fully half are not familiar enough with the presidential adviser to rate him. The public is divided over Vice President Dick Cheney, with about as many rating him favorably as unfavorably. But this is not new; views of the vice president have been divided for more than a year."

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