Wednesday, June 27, 2007


WASHINGTON, USA - The Senate subpoenaed the White House and Dick Cheney's office Wednesday, escalating the legislative branch's unconstitutional eavesdropping on the Vice President.

"Today's action is another example of the abuse of power that has become the hallmark of the Reid-Pelosi Congress," said Vice President Cheney from an undisclosed steakhouse. "Congressional spying on me without any kind of warrant and without my approval runs counter to the very foundations of our democracy."
-- The Wall Street Journal
"We hold these truths to be self-evident: That... whenever any form of government becomes destructive... it is the right of the [Vice President] to... abolish it."
-- History
"Render unto Caesar... the things that are God's."
-- Jesus Christ


the iron patriot said...

At last, somebody is not afraid to say it: We need a necktie party for these liberal wine-and-cheese lawmakers and let a guy who can shoot straight get 'r done!

ram_tough said...

The Saddamocrats had better take a civics lesson. The Vice President is not an "agency" of the executive branch, he's as much a President as the President is. Plus, he's in Congress. So for all the paper they're throwing at him, there's not a god damned thing they can do.

edward r murrow said...

Impeach? I say prosecute. And if Bush feels charitable, maybe he'll pardon them.

But I won't.