I wonder how many wars we'd have then!!
On that note, my post today is dedicated to a few people I would like to see replacing front line troops in Iraq, and Afghanistan.
I wonder how many friendly fire casualties we'd have once he got there?
And last but not least!!
Read with caution.
In a future post, I will feature individuals that I consider a waste of good air.
All the people connected to this particular blog, and there are at least two, from the IP addresses I have found, can be considered in this category.
They call themselves Christians, but support conservative, homophobic, bigoted platforms.
Making them and their followers sorry excuses for human beings.
Again, this is just my opinion. And though I hate to promote their crap, I hope you will take a look, and judge for yourself.
And when you do, do me a favor. Leave them comments worthy of their intelligence.
They have banned me from their blog, and delete my messages before they can be posted.
Here are the kind of people you just don't see enough of.
Please take a minute to drop them a line and let them know how appreciated they are!
Here's the hot news of the day!
White House Watch: Cheney resignation rumors fly
By Paul Bedard
Sparked by today's Washington Post story that suggests Vice President Cheney's office is involved in the Plame-CIA spy link investigation, government officials and advisers passed around rumors that the vice president might step aside and that President Bush would elevate Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice.
"It's certainly an interesting but I still think highly doubtful scenario," said a Bush insider. "And if that should happen," added the official, "there will undoubtedly be those who believe the whole thing was orchestrated – another brilliant Machiavellian move by the VP."Said another Bush associate of the rumor, "Yes. This is not good." The rumor spread so fast that some Republicans by late morning were already drawing up reasons why Rice couldn't get the job or run for president in 2008.
"Isn't she pro-choice?" asked a key Senate Republican aide. Many White House insiders, however, said the Post story and reports that the investigation was coming to a close had officials instead more focused on who would be dragged into the affair and if top aides would be indicted and forced to resign.
"Folks on the inside and near inside are holding their breath and wondering what's next," said a Bush adviser. But, he added, they aren't focused on the future of the vice president. "Not that, at least not seriously," he said.*1
Let the lieing and coverups begin!
*1 From the Washington Post, Paul Bedard.