BUSHINGTON, D.C. (Dominion of Cheney) - According to a report
by Associated Press, Emperor George II is not a liar and that he
has been totally honest with the royal subjects concerning the
war in Iraq (and Afghanistan).
In an interview on CNN (Comedy News Network) with Coyote
Blitzenschitzen, George's parrot mouthpiece, Stephen
Hadley said that the White House was wrong about WMD's in
Iraq, but also denied that George II/Chick Deney fabricated
evidence and lied to the public. "Bush presented the intelligence
truthfully about Iraq's WMD's, but it seems we were wrong. I must
stress that the rumours about Bush lying to the public are not true"
as Hadley parroted the lie on Late Edition with Coyote Blitzen-
After George II regaled the masses with his rambling tirade on
Nov. 11, other White House officials, as well as Democrats
parroted the big lie about Iraq/War on Terrorism, not to mention
the finger-pointing and blame game.
The Democrats are now publicly "criticizing" Bush, but John
Kerry would have just the same as Dubya concerning the
Iraq war/War on Terrorism. The Democratic Party is just as
guilty as the Republicans for their support for the Empire's
War in Iraq. Any Senate/Congress "investigation" into the
fabrication of evidence concerning the war in Iraq/Terror is
totally meaningless because both political parties are
incapable of telling the truth to the public.
It appears that Dumb & Dumber, hiding in undisclosed locations,
are making scapegoats of other government officials, and using
their political and religious authority to crush all "domestic
terrorism" -- or in other words, the rising opposition to the war
Hadley continued to criticize public dissent with thinly veiled threats
and the phony patriotic line to try to appease the masses, and
demanding that this matter be closed because it had been
investigated with no wrongdoing from the White House.
Hadley further added that the accuracy of American intelligence
concerning the war in Iraq/Afghanistan/Terror would not change
U.S. foreign policy concerning Iran and Syria, and that the public
should support military action against Iran and Syria because
Bush has said that there is full international support for democracy
in Iran, Syria and the Middle East.