The Obama administration is considering a change in the law to deal with calls for war crime trials that would clear the way for Bush Administration officials that could be facing the death penalty to plead guilty without a full trial.
The provision could permit prosecutors to avoid airing the details of brutal interrogation techniques as well as the embarrassing takeover of the Bush administration by Vice President Read more
Former Vice President Dick Cheney alleged that the reason President Obama refuses to release the secret CIA papers is that they will not only show that the “enhanced interrogation techniques” approved by the Bush White House worked, but that he and President Bush are still permitted to run the country.
“During a time of war - and to be sure, we were and still are in a war against terror - anything the President does is legal,” said Cheney during his speech at the American Enterprise Institute. “And President Bush had decided, while still in the Oval Office, that our presidency should run at least four more Read more
Saying that there’s no better campaign strategy than to have one of the crankiest characters ever to run the country telling the world he doesn’t agree with your policies, the Obama reelection committee is considering the addition of former vice president Dick Cheney to head their 2012 campaign.
“Dick Cheney has done for us what Imus did for Rutgers women’s basketball or Glenn Beck has done for sanity,” said Obama chief of staff, Rahm Emanuel. “The feeling is, if Dick’s against it there must be something good in it. Our guess is if Cheney decides to criticize Adolf Hitler, a lot of good Americans will rethink their negative attitude towards the Fuhrer. You don’t let Read more
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In what is being called a brilliant move by most political pundits and Al Roker, Tropical Storm Gustav has promised to fill in for both President Bush and Vice President Cheney at the Republican National Convention in Minneapolis this Monday.
“We had a last minute choice to make. Bush or Gustav,” said Republican National Committee Chairman Robert M. “Mike” Duncan. “We went with the less risky to the Read more