Wednesday, April 30, 2008

Rush Limbaugh Calls For Rioting in " Operation Chaos " at Democratic Convention While Hillary Ducks bullets & Mortar Shells

And for today a bit of this and a bit of that :

Anyway here's a bit of a spoof on Hillary's claim to have been forced to run across the Tarmak in Bosnia while being fired upon:

Hillary WASN'T LYING! Bosnia gunfire footage discovered...

Barely Political has unearthed the following footage of Hillary Clinton visiting Bosnia in 1996.

And now lets look at a fun filled video of keith Olbermann & Rachel Maddow discussing Rush limbaugh's recent remark that he hopes for riots and chaos at the Democratic Convention. He invokes the images of the violence which ensued at the 1968 Democratic Convention in Chicago.

Rachel Maddow on Limbaugh's Hope for Riots: Operation Chaos "

" Did Rush Limbaugh encourage his listeners to go to Denver in late August and riot during the Democratic National Convention? Rachel Maddow and Keith Olbermann discuss on MSNBC's Countdown. Aired 4/25/08."

Barack Obama - Barack Has To Keep Denouncing, Rejecting...Rev. Wright

Keith Olbermann runs it down with Richard Wolffe after the denouncing of Reverend Wright by Barack Obama. Most enjoyed both Rev. Wright, and Obama, I think. Anyway, we are looking for Indiana and N.C. numbers that matter so this freak show can end soon. Amen?

Part 1- 4/29/08

From Liveleak
Cheney's former firm accused of financial abuses in war-linked contracts
Tue, 29 Apr 2008 by Jihan Hafiz, Press TV, Washington

And by the way Cheney still believes he is above and beyond the Law and Congress . The American people or their elected representatives have no say over what Cheney can or cannot do. Nor have they any right to judge whether or not he acted in his own best interest or the country's. So its none of their business.
If he is not held accountable will the next administration continue with the same arrogant elitist strategy.

also see;

Cheney Lawyer Claims Congress Has No Authority Over Vice President -By Elana Schor The Guardian UK Tuesday 29 April 2008

The lawyer for US vice-president Dick Cheney claimed today that the Congress lacks any authority to examine his behaviour on the job.

The exception claimed by Cheney's counsel came in response to requests from congressional Democrats that David Addington, the vice-president's chief of staff, testify about his involvement in the approval of interrogation tactics used at Guantanamo Bay.

Ruling out voluntary cooperation by Addington, Cheney lawyer Kathryn Wheelbarger said Cheney's conduct is "not within the [congressional] committee's power of inquiry".

"Congress lacks the constitutional power to regulate by law what a vice-president communicates in the performance of the vice president's official duties, or what a vice president recommends that a president communicate," Wheelbarger wrote to senior aides on Capitol Hill.

The exception claimed by Cheney's office recalls his attempt last year to evade rules for classified documents by deeming the vice-president's office a hybrid branch of government - both executive and legislative.

The Democratic congressman who is investigating the legal framework for the violent interrogation of terrorist suspects, John Conyers, has asked Addington and several other top Bush administration lawyers to testify. Thus far all have claimed their deliberations are privileged.

and so it goes,

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