A duty to put things right

4 Responses to “A duty to put things right”

  1. Larkrise Says:

    I do hope men like Taguba and Shinseki will be honored and vindicated when the Bush Cabal finally exits into infamy. Never has an administration so blatantly and crassly venerated incompetence, lies, manipulation, viciousness, personal dishonesty, arrogance, greed, and toadyism. To work for Bush you MUST be a sycophant. You must be incompetent. You must lie like a Trojan. You must warmonger and fearmonger. You must value torture, destroy civil rights, and refuse to listen to reason. Much has been said about Condi steering Bush away from war. Baloney! In the long run, she caves in and defends his every imbecile action, and is proud of it. Personal integrity is anathaema to Bush and his maurauders. They dont want a job well done. They just want to do a number on the rest of us. They are all a “piece of work.” General Taguba should be proud he is not one of them.

  2. Larry the Red Says:

    Lie like a Trojan? I never heard that one before. Are you part Greek, Larkrise?

  3. Larkrise Says:

    Dear Larry,
    No. Perhaps that is an old saying from my Mother. She and my grandparents had a lot of them, eg. slicker than owl grease, see you in the funny papers, tighter than a tick, etc. I am all Hoosier. My ancestors settled the State. But they were from France, Germany, England, Wales, Ireland and several were Native Americans. One of my direct ancestors is Daniel Webster. Read the “Devil and Daniel Webster.” He took on the Devil and won :).

  4. elnewsosite Says:


    great post…

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