drieuxster (drieuxster) wrote,
drieuxster
drieuxster

What? Lying To The American People Is Bad???

"I think she has lied to the House, and... I think this is a big deal. I don't think the Speaker of the House can lie to the country on national security matters.”

"I think this is the most despicable, dishonest and vicious political effort I've seen in my lifetime."
( cf email: Newsdesk@conservativeamerica-online-info.com, subject: Update: Guess Who Else Demanded Pelosi Resignation )
What????

So the idea here is that we are suppose to buy into the theory that persons, such as the Gnewtster, really believe that merely lying to the american people on matters of National Security is a sufficiency to resign.

WOW...

DUDE, pass the bong, you are clearly TOO BAKED!!!

For our slow readers, what if the excuses about why torture was allowed was about lying to the american people about national security matters?

What if the excuses given for why we had to restore the wetlands in IranqiStania, were, well, lying to the american people about National Security matters.

Makes me wonder....

Can the GOP afford to keep radical left wing draft dodgers like the Gnewtster so obviously engaged in stabbing our troops in the back...
Tags: republican_pron, torture
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