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June 23, 2006


Ed Friedemann

Well, Would you lookie there. I'm not the only one who gets chewed-out. The New York Times is quietly sobbing in the corner, and not about Thomas Friedman making himself into a fool suggesting gasoline needed to cost more by adding a "buck-a-gallon" tax, but "Shoot-first-apply-law-later Dick Cheney" took them down a beg for exposing his very private fight against "terror" buy tattling about his little trick of being able to clean-out your checking account, and not having to go to all the trouble of "identity theft" either, just, you got it, "suspected terror," Just when I was in the middle of preaching that there ain't no such thing to boot.

When the day starts like this.......

If Cheney wants to run away from the prying eyes of the 1st amendment, he going to have to smuggle that sucker all the way to Gitmo, or, as the Kansas City Star reported about that young man wearing them low-crocked pants not being able to run away.

Dicky-the-Tricky, you've been caught.

"Cheney Assails Press on Report on Bank Data"

"WASHINGTON, June 23" — "Vice President Dick Cheney," *{ renouned author of "attack Iraq PNAC Style" } "on Friday vigorously defended a secret program that examines banking records of Americans and others in a vast international database, and harshly criticized the news media for disclosing an operation he said was legal and "absolutely essential" to fighting **terrorism."

*Me ** I just loved it when Ariel Sharon called it "Tarrrarrismm"

Jim S

Ah, yes. The always reliable Tom McClanahan, Bush's boy at the Star. He's always willing to recycle whatever the current RNC talking points are. The man doesn't have an independent thought in his head and hasn't had one for years. Does he submit his editorials to Ken Mehlman and Karl Rove for approval or something? They certainly read that way.

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