Just because nobody complains doesn’t mean all parachutes are perfect

Federal Wildlife Report Censored - Highly Redacted Inspector General Report Posted on Official Website

A large portion of an Inspector General evaluation of federal wildlife programs has been blacked out prior to publication, according to Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility (PEER). Even data tables have been excised from a report on Endangered Species Act implementation, with cutouts so extensive that the core section of the report is virtually unreadable.

[  ]…By contrast, the same IG website displays reports on seemingly far more sensitive subjects, such as an assessment of security on the National Mall and criminal wildlife enforcement, without a single redaction.

Well it is a fact that if terrorists find out about our bald eagle population we’re doomed. George has been in the habit of lying, distorting and exaggerating for so long he probably does it because it is an ingrained part of his character. When he was running for Congress in 1978 he didn’t tell the public he was in the Air National Guard he told them he was an Air Force veteran. He lied about gving up golf out of respect for those who died in Iraq. No one has been able to find those missing Department of Justice e-mails yet. He lied to a German reporter about soccer of all things. Deceive and distort about everything from WMD to silly questions about soccer – he seems to some some kind of bad programming, some kind of neural misfire when it comes to intergity.

Conyers issues subpoena to DOJ for Bush-Cheney interviews on Plame leak

House Judiciary Committee John Conyers has issed a subpoena to the Justice Dept. for the unredacted interviews with President Bush and Vice President Cheney on former CIA operative Valerie Plame, as well as numerous other documents sought unsuccessfully by Democrats for years.

Bush told the public that he would get to the bottom of the Plame scandal and fire those involved then gave Libby a de facto pardon.

Paging Monica Crowley You Forgot to Take Your Meds

On The Laura Ingraham Show, Monica Crowley claimed that Sen. Barack Obama “lifted his campaign line ‘Yes, we can’ from the recent presidential campaign of the Iranian president, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.” Crowley claimed that Ahmadinejad used the slogan “We can.” In fact, Obama reportedly used the phrase “Yes, we can” during his 2004 Senate campaign — a full year before Ahmadinejad was elected in 2005.

Besides some suspected mental problems Crowley is just plain lazy. Rather then do some research on the issues and facts then make her arguments accordingly she seems to prefer babbling nonsense. This is Crowley’s second attempt in the last two weeks to try and link Senator Obama and Iran in the public’s mind.

Flaming Embers wall

Flaming Embers wallpaper

There probably are some women that are so mad that Senator Clinton didn’t win the primaries that they’ll vote for McBush. First there is Cynthia Ruccia and three or four others. The reason that McBush isn’t going to win over Clintonites is because his record doesn’t appeal to the majority of American women regardless of party affiliation, John McCain’s unique blend of adolescent gutter humor and periodic eruptions of misogyny

“Just because nobody complains doesn’t mean all parachutes are perfect.” – Benny Hill

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