The Talking Dog

April 20, 2009, Fair is fair

Former Vice President Dick Cheney [my interview with the former V.P. is here] has suggested that, while the Obama Administration is weakening the United States and doing other "unhelpful" things like shaking hands with [Bush Administration Creation] Hugo Chavez... the Obama Administration was giving us a misleading assessment of torture in its release of Bush-era torture memos by... wait for it... not releasing memos showing all the successes generated by torture.

Poor Vice President Cheney. First we held back the memos showing the evidence of WMDs in Iraq and Saddam's direct links to al Qaeda, and now the Obama Administration is holding back all the memos showing the successes generated by America's reenactments of the Spanish Inquisition and Roman and Mongol Empires. Indeed, the Obama Administration is doubtless also holding back memos setting forth evidence of extraterrestrial life.

It all just doesn't seem fair, does it?


President Obama has scheduled a Press Conference next week on his 100th day in office. In keeping with his recent travels and public statements, the President is expected to apologize for his first 99 days in office.

Posted by Mondo Crabby at April 23, 2009 8:16 PM

Crab's World: watch your back! Dangerous!

Hey Crabby... newsflash: President Obama's approval rating is the highest of any new President since JFK... whatever he's doing, people are buying it, or at least, willing to give him the benefit of the doubt. I realize that many crabs don't have that long an attention span... but most people are willing to cut him some slack.

Posted by the talking dog at April 23, 2009 8:26 PM

Yes, high approval ratings. From whom? or should I say, from Hu? Sarkozy? Chavez? Ahmadinejad? Another production of the liberal media.
And as far as my having a short attention span, let me tell you something, Dog Breath. I was voted....Oh look, sea urchins.

Posted by Mondo Crabby at April 24, 2009 6:16 PM

I would love to see the actual numbers on those high approval ratings. Those who approve are probably the ones still expecting to get their relief checks. How much are we in debt now? How many trillion?

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Posted by lawonthestreet at April 29, 2009 4:48 PM