Saturday, October 13, 2007

Tales From Bizarro World!

When we last left our intrepid traveler, Ms. Rice was bravely confronting the despotic, undemocratic regime of Canada. Avoiding the perils of the Great White North by the skin of her teeth, she now sets her sights on the biggest blight of them all, the wall that cannot be scaled, that forever casts its long, dark, cold shadow over burgeoning freedom, choking off the sun and preventing the seeds of liberty from ever spreading its roots throughout the fertile soil of hope - the United States!

"I think there's too much concentration of power in the White House. I have told the Americans that. Everybody has doubts about the full independence of the judiciary. There are clearly questions about the independence of the electronic media and there are, I think, questions about the strength of Congress," said Rice, referring to the American legislative body.
Powerful words, but will they prove to be Ms. Rice's downfall? Can she be saved before the maniacal thugs of the Stars and Stripes cast her into the Black Pit of Desolation, subsisting only on moldy bread and polluted water, never to see the light of day again?

Tune in next week, True Believers, to find out!

To find out what Ms. Rice actually said, click here.

4 comments:

Tom Harper said...

I knew she couldn't have really said that; at least not about her own boss. Since she said it about the Kremlin, maybe somebody will point out the irony to her. But probably not.

PoliShifter said...

OT

Mail biter...6 to 6 bottom of the ninth

I'm sure you're watching but...I'm pulling for Cleveland...

Hope they don't choke like my Angels did.

I hate Boston (now).

1 out!

Randal Graves said...

I'm certainly not the first person to say thing, but I think BushCo killed irony. Poor guy died in some black site in Croatia.

And Tribe! Woo! What a fucked up game.

Snave said...

Bravo to her for saying those things, but I think Condi better be careful what she says and to whom. She obviously doesn't get along with Cheney... Saying things like "there is too much concentration of power in the White House" has probably earned her a toe-tag in some clandestine morgue somewhere... kind of like how they probably have toe-tags all ready to go for Sean Penn, Jon Stewart, Stephen Colbert, and other blatantly anti-Bush folks. Or maybe it will earn her a trip to an internment camp for dissenters... sigh...